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CAF CONFED CUP: Aduana Stars Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi expects tougher test in second leg against AS Vita

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Head Coach of Ghanaian champions Aduana Stars is expecting a difficult game against AS Vita in DR Congo in the second leg of the CAF Confederations Cup group A fixture.

Aduana Stars beat the Congolese Champions 2-1 in Dormaa to move up in the group with four points from three games, just a point behind Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca.

Ahead of the second leg on Sunday, the Japanese-American trainer is cautiously optimistic of his sides chances but admits it will not come easy.

“2ng leg against AS Vita Club will be more difficult than the 1st leg. All our efforts have to be picked up few notches to bring a win back from Congo,” he posted on Twitter.

Despite the inactivity on the domestic front, the Ghanaian Champions have proven they can stun the giants of African football after that victory last Wednesday.

The Dormaa based club will need a positive result in Congo if they are to progress, with just one home game left to play in the group stages of the competition.

Source: ghanasoccernet.com


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