Bandari ready to attack Al Ahly Shandy – Mulumba


Bandari ready to attack Al Ahly Shandy - Mulumba
El Ahly Shandy FC goalkeeper Awad Gafar (L) tackles Abdallah Hassan of Bandari FC during their first leg of the Caf Confederation Cup match at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi on August 10, 2019. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Bandari FC captain Felly Mulumba says they must attack Al Ahly Shandy from the start during their CAF Confederation Cup return leg match on Friday in Khartoum
  • The opening leg ended in a barren draw and Bandari have can seal qualification to the next second round with any scoring draw or an outright win at the Sudanese capital
Luqman Mahmoud

Bandari FC captain Felly Mulumba says they must attack Al Ahly Shandy from the start during their CAF Confederation Cup return leg match on Friday in Khartoum.

The opening leg ended in a barren draw and Bandari have can seal qualification to the next second round with any scoring draw or an outright win at the Sudanese capital.

Bandari are heading to the clash on the back of a 1-0 defeat to Gor Mahia FC in Sunday’s Super Cup

Speaking ahead of their Friday away game in Khartoum, Mulumba who was in Bandari squad in their 2016 CAF debut said they will go for an attack game and not defensive after mastering their opponent’s game.

“We are going for attacks and not defending in Sudan where a goal will revive our hopes of qualifying,” said Mulumba.

He added that they will pick inspiration from their weekend KPL Super Cup 1-0 loss in the hand of Gor Mahia ahead of the return match.

“We have been inspired after missing out on the Super Cup trophy and we want to reply by progressing in the CAF Confederation Cup.”

Bandari were held to a barren draw in the first leg at Kasarani by Al Ahly Shandy of Sudan and will need a win or a goal draw for them to qualify for the second round of the Confederations Cup.

The Coast based side will have to fix their weak striking links if they are to break the Sudanese defense and attain a goal away.

The dockers are already in Sudan’s capital Khartoum where they will train today before feeling the match pitch tomorrow ahead of the Friday match.

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