Dakada FC coach Caleb Esu has admitted that his side lost to superior tactics in Wednesday’s 2-3 home loss to Enugu Rangers.
Although, the coach cited playing behind closed doors was another factor that handed Rangers a bit of luck with a swell day in the office.
Esu speaking in a chat with brila.net said Enugu Rangers had a plan that worked and countered his moves yesterday giving credit to the coaches in the Rangers bench all of whom he claims showed why they are A License CAF coaches to have stopped his team from been their usual self on match day.
“We played behind closed doors, the tacticians who are there stopped my game plan, studied the players I use to get a result. He countered everything I was doing, so what do you expect.
“How can you have CAF License A coaches about three in one club and just one in Dakada and I have to think tactics through against them.”
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