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Paul Aigbogun: Information about Energie helped Enyimba

Paul Aigbogun has revealed that he was not surprised by Enyimba defeated Energie FC in Wednesday’s Caf Confederation Cup First Round.

Felix Anyansi: Enyimba won’t disappoint against Energie

Enyimba chairman Felix Anyansi says that the People’s Elephant’s players have been adequately motivated to secure a positive result in Cotonou ahead of their Caf Confederation Cup First Round, First Leg duel with Energie FC of Benin Republic on Wednesday.

Enyimba begin CAF Confederation Cup campaign in Benin Republic

Enyimba will begin their 2018 CAF Confederation Cup campaign next month in the Republic of Benin after they were drawn to face that country’s club Energie FC.

Enyimba to face Benin’s Energie FC in CAF Confed Cup

Enyimba will face Benin Republic’s Energie FC in the first round of the CAF Confederation Cup after the modest side secured a shocking 2-1 aggregate win against Haifa of Guinea in the preliminary round.

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