Constantine: Ismaily team injured .. And winning will bring us to qualify

Tariq Arrama, managing director of Algeria's Constantine Youth Club, said the win over Ismaili in Saturday's African Champions League Group C match will bring them closer to the quarter-finals.

The Constantine youth lead Group D with seven points, with goals from Congolese Mazembe, while Isma'ili have one point.

"The points against Isma'ili are very important because winning them will bring us a lot closer to qualifying, although the draw against Ismaili and the African African team in the next round will allow us to achieve this goal," Araama told Algerian radio on Friday. For the win against Ismaili tomorrow. "

The youth of Constantine will miss tomorrow, Mohamed Amin Obeid and Adel Jabbout due to injury, but Araama stressed that the team has all the elements that allow him to win and called on the fans to support the players until the end to help win and give it to all Algerian fans.

He described Ismaili's injury to the injured team who has nothing to lose and will try to win the game to stay in the race to qualify.

"We have given Isma'ili the best reception and this is the testimony of the team's team leader," he said, adding: "We focus our attention on the game, which we have to deal with intelligently without pressure."

It was also considered that the tie in the first leg was a taste of victory, calling on the fans not to use the date for fear of a penalty of severe punishment by the African Football Confederation (K).

Alcaf had fined five thousand dollars to the youth of Constantine for using his fans in the match in which the team beat TP Mazembe 3-0 in the second group stage.

The match will be played by Sudanese referee Mohamed Hussein with the help of his compatriots Walid Ahmed Ali and Mohammed Abdullah Ibrahim.

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