website http://davenportchiropractic.com/wp-content/plugins/smooth-slider/includes/sslider-get-the-image-functions.php geneva;”>The teams will meet in a first leg preliminary round game in Garoua. URA arrived in Cameroon on Friday but reached Garoua the match venue on Saturday after unpleasant travel arrangements by Cotton Sport according to URA secretary Charles Mayeku.
troche geneva;”>But according to Paul Nkata that will not affect their moral for a positive result away from home.
“It is important to start the first leg away on a positive note especially if you are facing such a strong West African team. That is the reason my objective is to ensure we go out for a draw or even a win since I have seen our opponents are very good.
It will be a tough match but I believe we have prepared well and I have told my players that this is the time to prove themselves after the preparations who held in Kampala,” Paul Nkata told Chimpreports.com in an online interview.
URA’s last encounter with the Cameroonian giants in the CAF Champions League ended in the first round when they were beaten 3-0 on aggregate by their West African foes over two legs.
But that experience is likely to have held them in good stead for this year’s campaign if they can get past their formidable preliminary round hosts or still going by Coach Paul Nkata’s optimistic approach.
Among the players who will play against Cotton Sport today include:
O.Agaba, A.Munaaba, A.Feni, S.Kyeyune, O.Kasule, Y.Lutimba, A.Nsumba, B.Ociti, S.Senkomi, E.Ssekisambu, D.Walulya, O.Wejuli, S.Massa, S.Mubiru, Y.Mugabi and A.Owinyi.