Feutmba feels Sundowns can overcome Africa with out Pitso
Last season, Sundowns impacted the world forever by turning into the principal SA side to complete the gathering stages undefeated where they had Waydad Athletic Club, Petro de Luanda, and USM in Group C with four successes and two draws.
As they get ready to begin the gathering stage against Al Hilal of Sudan at Loftus Versfeld tomorrow (6pm), club legend Feutmba backs them to do well once more.
"I accept that they have a group to go far in the Champions League due to the quality they have in the group," Feutmba disclosed to Sowetan yesterday.
"Interestingly, they have figured out how to acquire some new players who are doing well indeed, [like Kermit] Erasmus and [Peter] Shalulile, to ensure that they keep that consistency.
"Locally, indeed, they are progressing nicely and I trust it is a direct result of experienced players who have been presented to Champions League as of now inside the group. They can in any case progress nicely and in any event, going as far as possible."
This season, Sundowns are in Group B with CR Belouizdad (Algeria), Al Hilal (Sudan), and TP Mazembe (the Democratic Republic of the Congo).
"It will be troublesome in light of the fact that those groups you just referenced are quality. It will be intense, however they are a major group. They were there before [and] they are doing admirably locally. Also, if Sundowns keep center, [stay] efficient as are they, buckle down, they can figure out how to dominate each one of those matches.
"They additionally need to ensure that when they go into those matches, they are very much engaged and be solid and steady."
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