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Ajax Here Tomorrow

By Vision Reporter

Added 10th April 2001 03:00 AM

SOUTH African soccer side, Ajax Cape Town jets in tomorrow to face KCC in a CAF Cup return leg game on Saturday at Namboole stadium.

SOUTH African soccer side, Ajax Cape Town jets in tomorrow to face KCC in a CAF Cup return leg game on Saturday at Namboole stadium.

By James Bakama and Peter Ekarot SOUTH African soccer side, Ajax Cape Town jets in tomorrow to face KCC in a CAF Cup return leg game on Saturday at Namboole stadium. FUFA secretary Godfrey Kisekka told The New Vision yesterday that South African Football Association had indicated that Ajax, 2-0 winners over KCC in Sunday's first round, first leg tie in Cape Town, fly in aboard South African Airways. "Ajax are tentatively set to fly in on Wednesday. KCC was slated to fly in at 11.00pm last night on a Kenya Airways flight from Johannesburg," said Kisekka. Kisekka said KCC intend to plan the fall of Ajax by beating them 3-0 or force a draw and try their luck on penalties. In Cape Town, striker Moses Bantu missed a couple of chances that would have made the task easier for KCC. SC Villa look set to make goalkeeping changes in order to contain Vital'O in their return African Champions league game on Easter Sunday. Andrew Jjombwe let in a harmless ball in the first leg that ended 2-2 at Namboole, and that looks set to cost him his place. Villa, who depart for Bujumbura on Thursday, are determined to upset the hosts in their backyard and are considering replacing the off-form Jjombwe with Hannington Kalyesubula. "Our goalkeeping is worrying," said Hasule in reference to the blunders. Villa will play Vital'O at Prince Louis stadium. Hasule said: "I will concentrate on this department so as to avoid a repeat of the first leg." Jjombwe left a seemingly harmless ball from Sutche Wembo to bounce in front of him and slip through his arms into the net. The diminutive Wembo again cashed in on the fragile defence by out jumping it to nod home. Jjombwe's poor form was again evident in the NSSL game on Sunday. He was replaced in the first half by Stephen Tumwine. The other continental fixture would have seen Military try to overcome a 3-0 Cup Winners Cup but financial constraints saw the Ugandan club pull out. Ends

Ajax Here Tomorrow

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