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Tjikuzu sees victory over Petro Atletico

Thu, 6 February 2014 23:10
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African Stars midfielder, Razundara Tjikuza is confident his team will get a positive result in their Caf Confederation Cup clash against Petro Atletico tomorrow.

Speaking at the meet-and-greet at Werhnil Park earlier today, Tjikuzu said they will attack Atletico (from Angola) because they (African Stars) are playing home.

“We are going to play our own game. I think it will be an open game but we are going to attack them, because we need a good result before finishing the job in Luanda,” said Tjikuza.

Tjikuzu who will bring vast experience into the clash, having spent most of his football career in Germany said, they have been preparing for this game like they prepare for other games and he hopes young players will make use of the opportunity to play against a foreign team.

“The public needs to come and support us. We are confident because we also have many players who have played international matches with the national team but the young players need to come to the party as you never know who will be watching or scouting them,” he concluded.

Tickets for tomorrow’s game at the Sam Nujoma Stadium cost N$30 for the grand stand while VIP seats cost N$100. The game starts at 20h00.