De Sa: Pirates not prioritising any games
The Pirates coach says he would love to win all the competitions.
JOHANESSBURG - Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa on Wednesday said his team is not prioritising the CAF Champions League over the other competitions.
The team is taking it one game at a time instead, the coach said.
The Buccaneers face Egyptian giants Al Ahly at Orlando Stadium in Soweto on Saturday for the first-leg final.
De Sa says he would love to win all the competitions.
He says they are not putting the CAF Champions League above other competitions.
"I always say the most important game is the next one. We take each game as it comes and we are not prioritising at all. We are going game by game."
Captain Happy Jele says, "Preparations are going well so far."
Goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa says the chance to add a second African trophy to the club's cabinet is a great opportunity.
"It means a lot to me and it's a great honour and opportunity to be part of this CAF Championship final, especially playing against a big team like Al Ahly."