Ulinzi Stars optimistic ahead of Smouha match

Timothy Olubulu.
Ulinzi Stars keeper says his team will have to score goals in a bid to go past Smouha

Ulinzi Stars custodian James Saruni says the team must learn in order to take their chances to progress in the Caf Confederations Cup.

The Soldiers eliminated Libyan side Al Hilal Benghazi to progress to the next round of the competition. Saruni is optimistic the good run will continue past the next round.

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"We must learn to take our chances in this competition; to progress we have to score, no shortcuts. Like our match against Al Hilal Benghazi we created many scoring chances but we did not kill the game.

"We are hoping to continue with our good run past the next round," he told Goal.

The Soldiers will have to go past Egyptian side Smouha to progress to the group stages.

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