Allan Kateregga optimistic of victory against Yanga

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He told P Live that Yanga have no threat to the Big Cats despite the fact that they (Yanga) are the Tanzanian Premier League giants.

In fact, the Ugandan is already thinking of how they will beat either Gor Mahia or Nakuru AllStars in the final match, where he also says that AFC Leopards will emerge champions.

“It’s just Yanga. We watched them play against Tusker so I expect to win the match. After beating Yanga, We will definitely win the title. It’s an obvious thing.”

He had this to tell fans, “Just keep praying for us; give us support; we’ll never stop wanting to win.”

The winner of the tournament will win a trophy, Shs3 million and play against English Premier League outfit Everton.

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