Vipers SC holds a huge 3-0 advantage from the first leg over Olympic Real De Bangui in the preliminary round of the CAF Champions League qualifiers.
However, with the second leg slated for Saturday at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende, the hosts’ head coach Roberto Oliveira alias Robertinho has stressed the tie is far from over.
“We respect every team and are not taking our opponents for granted,” the Brazilian told the media on Thursday.
“Our objective of making it to the next round is half done and we expect an even harder match on Saturday.”
The tactician later asserted the team’s readiness to compete at the highest level in the continent’s elite clubs’ competition.
“I have prepared the team superbly well and everyone, from the players, the technical team, and management is ready for the encounter.”
“This is what we have been building this team for. We are going to fight for everything this Saturday.”
After both ties, the winner on aggregate will meet former Champions League winners TP Mazembe in the first round.