Proline FC head coach Shafik Bisaso is confident that his side has done enough in the first leg to qualify to the next round.
Proline, on their continental debut, dispatched Malawi’s Masters Security FC 3-0 in a CAF Confederation Cup preliminary qualifier.
Ivan Bogere bagged a hat-trick to give a dominant Proline the deserved victory.
“Yes Count us through,” Bisaso told Journalists after the game. “We proved to be the better team as you have seen, we did our homework, possessed the ball better, created many chances.”
“We are now going away and we will have a different game approach. We are going in for better results.
“They (Masters Security FC) will have a big fan base, but we are ready for the next challenge and we hope to do our best.”
Coach Bisaso commended the recent CECAFA and Pilsner Super 8 engagements for giving his side a very good test ahead of a historical encounter.
“We did a good homework having played in Cecafa club cup and Pilsner super 8, when we came today we had no fear and we have done our best.”
He also highlighted the importance of his striker and hat-trick hero Bogere, a young boy he picked from Buwekula in the Masaza tournament.
Proline FC, if they overcome Masters Security in the return leg, will face winner between As Kigali FC (Rwanda) and KMC FC (Tanzania) who played a goaless draw in their first leg tie in Rwanda.