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Football | Cecafa Womens Championship

Milutin Sredojovic @ SS com

Micho wary of Taifa Stars



Rwanda coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has rallied his players ahead of their quarterfinal clash against Tanzania in a mouth watering encounter to be played on Monday at the Lugogo Stadium in Kampala.

Rwanda were stunned by Zanzibar in the group stages but they later regrouped to win their second match and make the last eight.

Micho insists that they will take each game as it comes and also reiterated that it will be a very difficult game considering the current form of the Taifa Stars who have been in fine form.

"We are focussing on playing Tanzania and the only way we can go about it is when the players put 100 percent effort from when the game begins. It will be a tough match against Tanzania as they are a very good side but as you know it is the knock out stage where any teams that plays well will qualify for the semifinals."

"We have not played to our potential but am happy we have been growing game after game and my hope is that all the departments can work collectively and get the important win which we are all yearning for," Micho told supersport.com.



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