Ghanaian defender Richard Ocran maintains that it is not a done deal yet for his side Nkana FC despite hammering Sewe San Pedro by three goals to nothing in the first leg of the final knockout stage of the 2010 CAF Confederations Cup.
Ocran was a pillar at the bank for Nkana as they saw off San Pedro in Zambia and he has emphasized that they will not be complacent as the second leg will be a different ball game.
“The first leg was good, we beat them 3-0 but we have to quickly forget about it and plan for the second leg” Ocran told footballmadeinghana.com
“As far as I am concern, we have not qualified yet. We only won a game and it is not qualification. The return leg is the real deal. We just have to keep calm and go all out in full force, I believe we have the upper hand.”
Ocran who previously played in Cyprus as well as for Ghanaian clubs Dreams FC and Ashanti Gold has been a revelation for Nkana since joining them over a year ago.