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Esperance players must forget 1st leg result against Ahly ahead of Rades game, says Tunisian coach Chaabani

The Tunisian giants lost the first leg 3-1 last week and will be looking to overturn this defeat Friday when they host Ahly in the second leg at Rades Stadium

Ahram Online , Thursday 8 Nov 2018
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ES Tunis' coach Moine Chaabani reacts during the CAF Champions League final football match between Egypt's Al-Ahly and Tunisia's ES Tunis at the Borg el-Arab stadium near the Mediterranean city of Alexandria on November 2, 2018. (Photo: AFP)
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Esperance coach Moin Chaabani of Tunisia has asked his team's players to forget the CAF Champions League first leg result against Ahly at Alexandria's Borg El-Arab Stadium, telling them to concentrate on preparations for the second leg game.

The Tunisian giants Esperance lost the first leg 3-1 last week and will be looking to overturn this defeat Friday when they host the Cairo giants in the second leg at Rades Stadium.

"We have to forget the first leg result and prepare well for the second leg game," Chaabani told a television programme.

"Preparing the players psychologically is the most important point ahead of the game," he added.

"Esperance players don't need motivation as they all have a target to achieve," the Esperance coach said.

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