SC Sfaxien of Tunisia midfielder, Kingsley ‘Bobby’ Sokari has declared that he is determined to help his side defeat Rangers International of Enugu in this week’s CAF Confederation Cup fixture.
Rangers will be away to Sfaxien inn their second group match on Wednesday, ahead of which Sokari aims to use to full advantage what he knows about The Flying Antelopes.
Indeed, the former home-based Eagles player played severally against Rangers during his days with Enyimba of Aba in the Niger Professional Football League (NPFL), and now wants to use that experience in Sfax.
Sokari says he has no qualms about playing against a team from his home country, as he is a professional and in search of best results for the club that pays his wages, which he again wants to justify in Wednesday’s tie.
The former under-23 national team invitee added: “The game against Rangers will be a great game, but it is not the first time I will play against them. On Wednesday, we want to beat Rangers and qualify from our group (into the knock stage).”