This evening, Wydad Athletic Club will meet its Nigerian counterpart, Enyimba, on the field of Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the African Super League in its inaugural edition.
Adel Ramzi’s sons are looking forward to repeating the victory over Enyimba to qualify for the semi-finals, and facing the winner of the match between Tunisian club Esperance and Congolese Mazembe, while the Nigerian team aspires to create a surprise by beating Wydad Sports Club by more than one goal, to ensure their presence in the semi-finals.
Adel Ramzy confirmed, in the press conference that preceded the match, that the level is close, up to now, and he has not yet seen a team that can actually be nominated to win the title, explaining that he trusts in the abilities of his players, but he does not like to talk about the future, because what he knows now is that I have full confidence in the group and what it will achieve.
The Wydad Sports coach continued that the Enyimba team has a coach who will analyze the team’s play, and it is possible that there will be another scenario in the return match, and that the Nigerian team will come in another form, indicating that confidence is growing among his team’s players and the goal is to have a good performance and result, to please the fans.
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