Players of Enyimba have declared that they learnt a bitter lesson from their loss to Williamsville in the 2018 CAF Confederation Cup Group C match.
The players have now resolved that they needed to redeem their image, following the 2-0 defeat in Abidjan.
Striker Stephen Chukwude told Footballlive.ng that the performance in Abidjan has taught the team a big lesson and they must play to redeem Enyimba’s image.
“We are really gutted to have lost 2-0 to Williamsville. That wasn’t our plan, we wanted to pick at least a point in Abidjan,” Chukwude said to Footballlive.ng.
“As players we have learnt our lessons in the hard way. The onus falls on us to redeem the image of this great club on the continent.
Former Elkanemi Warriors forward, Ibrahim Mustapha called for fans not to loose hope in the team following the defeat in Abidjan.
“Our were very unhappy with our display against Williamsville. We want them to continue to give us their support.
“We have opened a new chapter, the matches with Djoliba and Cara Brazzaville will be used to write a new story. We have resolved to ensure that the experience learnt in the defeat to Williamsville will help us in the next two games,” he concluded.
Enyimba are third in the table with six points from four games.