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Ghanaian and Zanaco forward Kwame Attram who scored the equalizing goal for the Zambian league champions away to Tanzanian champions Yanga SC in their first leg CAF champions league encounter has set his sights on finishing the job in the return leg and qualifying to the group stages.
Speaking exclusively to Soka25east.com the 28 year old talisman was optimistic of victory in the return leg.

“The game was tough and hot , thank God we got the vital away goal, our target is to build on that away goal and finish the job of qualification to the group stages of the CAF champions league 2017”

The former Wadi Degla forward who joined the bankers last season has called on the club faithful to remain calm ahead of their second leg encounter.

“I say thank you to the fans for their support as always and let’s keep praying as we head into the second vital hurdle to take us into the group stages and a possible win in the competition.”
The return leg is scheduled for the 18th of March 2017 at the Heroes Stadium in Lusaka, Zambia.

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