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Coach Fatai Osho has expressed confidence over Enyimba turning into the primary Nigerian membership to win the CAF Confederation Cup.
The two-time African champions are in a tough-looking Group A alongside Orlando Pirates of South Africa, Algeria’s Entente Sportive Setif and Al Ahli Benghazi from Libya.
Enyimba certified on the weekend once they pipped Nigerian rivals Rivers United 5-4 on penalties after the two-legged tie completed 1-1 on combination.
‘The People’s Elephant’ open their group marketing campaign at residence on March 10 towards Ahli Benghazi.
“It’s a tough group, I believe none of the teams is comfortable with this pairing,” admitted Osho, who calls his personal model of soccer “Sugar Football”.
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“All four teams are very experienced playing on the continent.
“We respect our opponents, but we remain positive and our immediate target is our first game against Benghazi at home,” Osho mentioned.
“Victory in our opening game will certainly put us in a good position but it will be one match at a time.
“We have a good chance of winning this trophy.”
This shall be Enyimba’s fourth look within the competitors with their finest efficiency being three years in the past once they reached the semi-finals.
Dolphins — now a part of Rivers United — boast one of the best Nigerian efficiency once they had been crushed finalists in 2005, whereas Sunshine Stars are additionally previous semi-finalists.