Kariobangi Sharks boss confident of CAF Confederation outing
19 December 2018 12:18 GMT
William Muluya has claimed it’s easier to play away as they tackle Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko in the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup at Kumasi following a stalemate in the first leg.
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“Getting a win despite not playing really well is encouraging. The players understood the emergency at hand and after a barren draw in the first half responded really well in the second half. They (Sony) beat us 2-0 last season and we, therefore, had to go for it (the win),”
“This is good motivation for us heading to the return leg tie against Kotoko in Ghana. We shall be playing away but I am sure we are going to win. Sometimes playing away is easier than playing at home. The players understand the magnitude of the match and I am sure they will deliver.” He added.