Djoliba of Mali arrived on Wednesday ahead of Saturday’s Caf Champions League game against Zesco United at the Trade Fair Grounds in Ndola.

The Malian clubs coach Badra Alou Diallo has said the advantage is with Djoliba and they had come to crush Zesco dreams of a historic African Champions League group stage appearance.

No Zambia club has ever qualified to the lucrative stage of the African Champions League since the group phase of the club competition was introduced by Caf in 1997.

“We lost a lot of opportunities in the first leg but we have prepared well and are sure of going through,” Diallo said.

“We are not feeling any pressure and are optimistic of going through.”

The two sides are tied at 0-0 from the first leg played in Bamako on April 5.

Zesco need to beat the Malians to qualify to the group stage of the African Champions League that kicks off in July.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Zesco united have to be careful of the away goals rule. Any draw other than 0-0 will see them out of the race. A win is what they need.

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  2. We shall beat them. Go Zesco Go.
    Zesco!!!Zesco!!!Zesco!!!Zesco!!!Zesco!!!Zesco!!!Zesco!!!Zesco!!!

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  3. Zesco show and prove that the Coach of Djoliba will eat his words and remain in his dreams. Go Zamabia and Go zesco.

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  4. Zesco we are behind you. Hammer, the Malians, teach them a lesson that they should never forget. Remember u are representing the country. Wish you GOOD LUCK. Coach do you job you are assured of our support. GO ZESCO!!!!!!GO ZAMBIA.

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