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Mannetti confidence of a win in Congo

Tue, 20 May 2014 22:40
by Online Sport Reporter
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Brave Warriors coach, Ricardo Mannetti is confident of winning in
the  second  leg  of  the  Afcon  preliminary  qualifiers  after  a  hard
fought 1­-0 win against the same opponent last week.
The 2nd leg will be played on June1 in Congo.
 “Leading  1-­0  is  not  comfortable  and  does  not  mean  that  we  are
through to the next round. I have faith in this team and the good
thing about this team is that it always create chances and it will not
be different in Congo. I am confident that we are going to make it in
Congo," said Mannetti at a press conference this afternoon.
The  winner  between  the  two  leg  tie  will  meet  either  Libya  or
Rwanda who drew 0-­0 in the second round of the preliminary round
for a place in the group stages.