Striker Ronald Kampamba says Nkana will qualify to the second round of the 2014 CAF Champions League despite allowing their Ugandan opponents Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) to force a 2-2 draw in Kitwe on Saturday.

Nkana have an uphill battle after the weekends draw against 10-man KCCA in the first leg match of the first round at Arthur Davies Stadium.

Kampamba said the FAZ Super League champions are putting the draw behind to focus on the return leg.

“We thank God for this result it was not just our day. The game was fine and Kampala is a good team,” he said.

Kampamba scored for Nkana but he had his penalty saved prior to scoring for Nkana.

“We are looking forward to the return match, we are confident as players,” he said.

Kampamba added:”We have to fight, work hard and score goals.”

The two teams clash in the return match in Uganda this Saturday.

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  1. Forget it; KCCA is proceeding to the next round. You struggle at home and hope you will win away, even after losing to minows in Swaziland? You should just start preparing for the local league and save the mine its hard earned money. Try next time; this time you were not just ready, NO!

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  2. I SAID AND WILL REPEAT THAT nkana is finished and they beat swazailand yama lilisho , they paid the coach to award them 2 penalties, Now Kampala was not easy because the Ref. from Dibuoti Only speaks spannish so their was no chance to chekela him. VIVA KCCA and slaughter them at nambule, remember VISITING TEAM HAS wOn at NAMBULE SINCE 1960

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    • I thought KCCA lost to El Marrik two weeks ago at home. In football everything is possible unless if u are an arm chair soccer fun then all is lost for Nkana.

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  3. Kampamba, you have a reasonably effective frontline which is likely to score in Kampala, but your defence is a scandal and this will be your undoing. Your showing in the recent past attests to an incredibly porous defence which, at the hands of a team like KCCA, is likely to fall apart. Good luck though.

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