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Soldiers predict tough Eagles clash

ZAMBIA National Service deputy commandant Alick Kamiji (left), Green Eagles Football Club chairman Jimmy Kafumukache and Nimpo Solutions managing director Kebby Muteteto (right) sample the newly-constructed technical area at Choma’s Independence Stadium yesterday. PICTURE: ZNS

NDANGWA MWITTAH, Livingstone
YOUNG Buffaloes arrived in the country yesterday with coach Dominic Kunene admitting he knows little about Green Eagles ahead of tomorrow’s Confederation Cup preliminary round first leg.
Kunene said in an interview at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone that his charges will be cautious as they will be chasing a crucial away goal at Independence Stadium in Choma.
“Honestly, there is little we know about Eagles but looking at the way the country (Zambia) is performing, it’s a clear sign that they are doing well. So we expect a tough game,” he said.
Kunene said playing away will give his team an upper hand and they will be going into the game not to concede http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/


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