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Oliveira: Rayon Sports can turn it around against Enyimba – football news

Roberto Oliveira has insisted Rayon Sports Caf Confederation Cup hope is alive despite their 0-0 1st leg quarter-final draw.

The hosts blew away plenty of scoring chances as Enyimba’s Theophilus Afelokhai was at his best to earn the visitors a point.

Rayon Sports visit Aba for the return leg on Sunday but Oliveira has predicted that his side would fight their way back into the tie in the second leg.

“It was a very difficult game. They played long balls while we maintained our ball possession football,” he was quoted by Rwanda’s New Times.

“Overall we were the better side, but their defence and goalie were solid. It’s now time to go back to the drawing board and prepare for the return-leg.

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“We will push to score goals and win the game, and we have proved we can score and win matches on foreign soil.

“I have confidence in my players and the coaching staff. We want to register further history and we will do all we can to achieve it.”


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Rayon Sports not afraid to upset Enyimba, says Manishimwe Djabel – football news

Rayon Sports are ready to put in their best to beat Enyimba in Sunday’s Caf Confederation Cup clash, according to Manishimwe Djabel.

The Rwanda topflight side welcome the Nigerians to the Stade Régional Nyamirambo, Kigali for their first leg quarter-final clash.

Gikundiro finished as Group D runners-up behind USM Alger to reach the knockout stages of the 15th edition and were rewarded with a last eight duel with the Nigerians.

Djabel,who recently signed a long-term contract said his team is looking forward to the game against Usman Abdullah’s men while hoping to upset the three-time African champions.

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“I am excited to re-sign for my beloved club Rayon Sports. Glad to be part of history makers,” he said.

“We are looking forward to playing Enyimba FC. We want to put in our best to beat them here in City of Kigali because we got nothing to fear.” 

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Caf Confederation Cup: Rayon Sports are no pushover for Enyimba – football news

COMMENT    By Kunle Fayiga     Follow on Twitter

One has to go back to 2011 to find the last time when a Nigerian club made it to the knockout rounds of the Caf Confederation Cup.

Enyimba, however, ended the wait when they pulled through to the final eight at the conclusion of their group-stage campaign with a 1-0 home win over CARA Brazzaville to ensure they finished top of Group C.

Wasiu Alalade -Enyimba

It’s the first time they’ve progressed this far in Africa’s second-tier club competition, having only previously gone as far as the final qualification round in 2010, and this is uncharted territory for the People’s Elephant.

Enyimba have subsequently been pitted against Rayon Sports of Rwanda, with the duo set to meet on September 16, 2018 at the Stade Regional Nyamirambo before the second leg n Aba a week later

Some might think that Rayon are the easiest team Enyimba could have got in the draw, as meeting Egyptians Al-Masry or Congolese side AS Vita Club, who have a good history in Caf competitions, would have been more tasking.

Such thought might hold water, with Rayon never before reaching the knockout rounds of either the Champions League or Confederation Cup. 

However, their showing so far this year suggests they can trouble the Nigerian heavyweights.

Rayon Sports celebrate.

The eight-time Rwandan National Football League champions were the best team on the road during the group phase as they claimed two draws, away at Young Africans and USM Alger, while bagging a big win at Gor Mahia. These results were crucial in seeing them finish second, two points behind USM.

Rayon scored six goals, of which three were away. Only against Young Africans did they not find the back of the net in the group, and this is an indication of their threat going forward.

What’s more, they are a side that score early.

They took the lead in four of their six group matches, going behind only against Gor Mahia at the Stade Regional Nyamirambo. They were very close to snatching a win at USM Alger after leading in the 28th minute, but were undone by an equaliser from substitute Mohamed Hamia four minutes from time.

They also took the lead as early as the third minute in the 2-1 win over Gor Mahia in Nairobi.

They approach games fearlessly, and score early – home or away – regardless of the opponent.

This has to be a big concern for Enyimba, who scored only once away and conceded three quick-fire first half goals away at CARA Brazzaville without responding.

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By contrast, the People’s Elephant have the habit of leaving it late to respond, with only one of their five goals in the group phase scored in the first half.

They typically have more of the possession than their opponents, but fail to do anything with it and don’t create enough clear-cut chances.

Rayon will surely see this as a weakness, and will aim to capitalise in the first leg. Unless Enyimba improve their slow starts, and find a way to defend against the Rwandans’ threat going forward, they could be in a bad shape before the tie returns to Aba.

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