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Pirates striker Kermit Erasmus believes the club can advance to the next round
of the CAF Confederations Cup, but only if they work together.
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The Buccaneers are preparing for the return leg of their
first-round tie away to Uganda Revenue Authority, and take with them a slender
2-1 lead after conceding an all-important away goal in the first leg in Soweto.
Erasmus, though, believes the side have what it takes to
hold on to their advantage at the Mandela National Stadium in Kampala on 4
"It is about working for each other, going the extra
mile when one player can't and that means we will push each other to want to
win," he told KickOff.
"It is also about making sure that we capitalise on the
chances we create - that will ease the pressure.
"It is about being united and stick with one another
until the end."
Pirates defender Happy Jele agrees with Erasmus, saying that
teamwork is what helped them finish as runners up in the CAF Champions League
"If we can work together as a team like we did in the
Champions League we can go to the final," he said.