AmaZulu FC started their CAF Champions Association venture with a misfortune to Nyasa Huge Projectiles and previous PSL safeguard Phelelani Mpangase accepts that the Durban club isn't yet prepared for the mainland stage.
Usuthu started their CAF CL fundamental round against Malawian monsters, Nyasa Huge Slugs with a 1-0 misfortune at Moses Mabhida Arena.
Mpangase, who played mainland football with Mamelodi Nightfalls and SuperSport Joined together, says that notwithstanding having a top group under mentor Benni McCarthy, it's impossible that Usuthu will return with a success in Malawi.
"I firmly accept that CAF Champions Association will be an immense assignment for them, to try and fit the bill (for the) bunch stages, losing a game against ten men Nyasa Huge Slugs demonstrates that they are not prepared for this stage," Mpangase told the Siya group.
"I don't see them returning with a success away from home, they may have great players on paper, yet CAF Champions Association requests more than that, and I don't think they showed us that in their first leg," he added.
The return leg happens this evening at 16:00.
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