Orlando Pirates will not fall into the trap of thinking about the quarterfinals of the Champions League and will rather focus fully on negotiating their way past Horoya‚ the Guinea team they meet in their final group match in Conakry on Saturday. Pirates goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands says they have a tough away assignment that requires their focus and they cannot look beyond their immediate challenge. “We know that it’s going to be a very difficult game and we know we are going to have to be at our best in every aspect‚” said Sandilands‚ who alongside skipper Happy Jele and Thabo Matlaba are the only surviving members of the team that lost in the final of the Champions League against Al Ahly of Egypt in 2013. “So look‚ it’s not impossible but we know that we have to be on top of our game and be able to handle the pressure and all that they throw at us. We are trying to just focus on the process and not to look too far ahead. We believe that if we focus on this one‚ our processes come ...

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