Cape Town - Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic believes the club
can have no excuses about not trying everything possible to be successful in
the CAF Champions League.
Pirates are in Group B of Africa's most prestigious club
competition but have started the competition relatively slowly with a 0-0 draw
against Zimbabwe's FC Platinum.
However, the other two sides in the bracket, Esperance and
Horoya, also only picked up a point meaning there is plenty of time for the Sea
Robbers to make an impact.
Bucs are set to face Guinean side Horoya on Friday at the
Orlando Stadium from 18:00.
As such, 'Micho' insists that his team will do everything
under the sun to get a positive result.
He told reporters: "We are back in the group stages
after six years and, with that in mind, not many, three of four, players in our
squad have felt what this is like.
"So, we cannot be excuse-makers, blame shifters or
fault finders and looking right and left, but we shall as men accept whatever
comes our way.
"We really have the highest possible ambition in every
competition, with respect to this badge and jersey.
"And believing in the work we are doing, the players we
have and the support we are getting from your media, our supporters and
management, we can really stretch ourselves over all limits and look forward to
get the best out of ourselves."