Friday, August 23
*KCCA FC Vs African Stars – 4PM
(StarTimea Stadium, Lugogo)
KCCA FC CAF Champions league opponents African Stars are optimistic ahead of the return leg set at Lugogo, Kampala.
The Namibian club that has won the local league four times, hold a 3-2 narrow victory coming into the second leg.
The side arrived at Entebbe International Airport on Tuesday ahead of the Friday clash.
“I can feel it in the air that the breathing is blowing victory for African stars, we are here and prepared for the second leg,” noted African Stars FC coach Muhammad Fargo at the arrival.
“We have no injuries and the only thing we are here to is give a good match, however, football is a game of uncertainties. You never know the result of the match until the game ends.
“I am optimistic that we are very ready to play. We have a 3-2 advantage and we hope to build on that and would like to have some more goals here.”
The coach claimed that KCCA FC’s two goals were just given to them but he added that the side pose a strong challenge.
In the first round affair at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, a penalty by Aubrey Amseb and a late brace by Youssouf Ibroihim gave Stars the 3-2 win over KCCA, who scored via an own goal by Ivan Kamberipa and a late goal by striker Patrick Kaddu.