Chirwa: We need to be united

Yanga will need to win by a 2-0 score line to progress to the group stages

Yanga striker Obrey Chirwa has urged his teammates to show unity in struggle and prove that they deserve to wear the shirt. 

Following their 2-1 home defeat against Township Rollers in CAF Champions League first leg tie, the Jangwani Boys will have a tough fixture away in the return leg on March 17. 

Chirwa who scored the only goal for Yanga in the clash told Goal, that they didn't play well in that game but still have a chance to fight and change the results when they play away. 

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"I'm not happy with the results but what we need now is to have a tough mission in making sure that we are going to change the results next week. Something which is very important for us at this moment is unity” said Chirwa.

Yanga will need to win by a 2-0 score line to progress to the group stages.

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