De Sa: Bucs can win in Tunisia

2015-07-26 10:36
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Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa says Bucs can win in Tunisia when they face CS Sfaxien in a CAF Confederation Cup group game on Sunday (kick-off 21:15 SA time).

De Sa said that playing in Tunisia is much easier than playing in any other African country.

He said that looking at the Pirates team he is positive that Pirates will win in Tunisia.

"Bucs can win in Tunisia," the current Ajax Cape Town coach told Sport24.

“We went there three years ago and we did very well and I know the guys can repeat that today.

“They have a good team and the players have the experience of playing in Africa.”


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