Daniel Aduda, president of the Kenyan club Tusker, stressed the difficulty of his team’s match against Zamalek in the African Champions League.
Zamalek will play Tusker on October 16 in the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.
“Facing Zamalek is difficult, and we will play against a team that has a great history, but we will work to appear well in the match,” Daniel Aduda told Sada El-Balad channel.
He added, “Our luck was not bad after we were drawn against Zamalek, but it is a difficult match and we will prepare well for it.”
He continued, “We must take advantage of playing the first leg match against Zamalek in our stadium, before playing the return match at the Zamalek stadium.”
“The fans do not attend matches here in Kenya, and the situation is similar to Egypt,” he concluded.