Caf CL: Tusker coach non-ambitious ahead of return leg

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Tusker are in Mauritius for their Caf Champions League return leg match against ASPL 2000

Tusker FC head coach George ‘Best’ Nsimbe is careful with words ahead of their Caf Champions League return leg match against AS Port Louis 2000 on Sunday in Mauritius.

The Brewers jetted out of the country on Friday and having felt the match-day pitch on Saturday, Nsimbe can only comment on the stadium’s condition leaving results to fate.

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“The pitch is a little slippery today, we have been using a lot of energy but now we need to put in more energy. More than that, the pitch is very favorable. When we are determined nothing can stop us from winning. It’s the last moment to decide either to remain in the tournament or to be knocked out,” he told the club’s official website.

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They carry a 1-1 score-line ahead of the match and they must win if they are to secure a slot in the tourney’s next round.

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The squad in Mauritius include: Goalkeepers: David Okello, Duncan Ochieng’; Defenders: Shafik Batambuze, Martin Kizza, Lloyd Wahome, Collins Shivachi, James Situma, Vincent Omumbo. Midfielders: Humphrey Mieno, Hashim Sempala, Anthony Ndolo, Victor Ndinya, Noah Wafula, Sydney Ochieng, Brian Osumba.Strikers: Clifford Alwanga, Michael Khamati and Allan Wanga.

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