A Horoya AC midfielder has spoken of his side's chances in their upcoming CAF Champions League match against Orlando Pirates.
The Guinean outfit that did well in the competition in the previous edition and has already arrived in South Africa, after leaving their country on Monday, with a view of having enough time to prepare for the Bucs clash.
Speaking on the club’s official website, Horoya midfielder Naby Soumah spoke about his team’s chances in the competition against Mzansi’s former African champions.
“We know what’s at stake in this trip since the first day we were hooked at the last minute. Our next opponents also drew, so it’s up to us to travel well to bring a good result. We can because we started well, it will help us with obviously the technical contribution of the coach who will be important (translated),” Soumah told Horoya’s official website.
“Yes, I personally played this phase last year with FC Djoliba of Bamako, I know how to approach it. It is necessary to have a lot of serenity but especially of intelligence to give the smile to your leaders, teammates and supporters. I feel that with our state of mind we can do something again in this competition,” added the midfielder.