Paul Nkata Targets Long African Champions League Run

view geneva;”>URA go into the second leg of their tie with Cotton Sport at Namboole holding a 0-0 advantage thanks to the great heroics of goalkeeper Allan Owinyi a week ago in West Africa.

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“We need to concentrate to make sure that we get a positive result back here in Kampala. The boys followed my instructions in the away game and it worked well for us. I know their game plan very well because it’s mostly speed and using their immerse size. We shall counter them intelligently.” Paul Nkata told reporters at Entebbe Airport Wednesday.

“It’s fair to say we did have our chances to come back with victory from Cameroon but we couldn’t. However there are a lot of positives to come back here in Kampala so our target is to progress to the next round and thereafter to the next rounds a feat that is achievable only if we work harder in training and character. It’s not going to be easy but we shall try.” Nkata’s assistant Ibrahim Kirya added.

URA who has only 10 days to prepare for the return leg is the only East African club in 20 years to travel to Douala and manage to leave unbeaten.

The Cameroonian men were left to rue their profligacy as they were held to a goalless stalemate by a side they had thrashed 3-0 in their last time out in Douala.


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