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Otoho blame KCCA for heavy downpour during training, they pay back

African football and witchcraft are far from being inseparable, not even one team has a sporting advantage over the other like Otoho who carry a 3-0 advantage into their 2018/2019 Total CAF Confederation Cup playoff against KCCA FC on Sunday.

This was found right in the middle of the StarTimes Stadium playing surface after Otoho left

The visitors had their last training session at the StarTimes Stadium end before it could actually start and they blamed it on a KCCA FC official who kicked some substances that had been placed in the goal area.

No sooner had the KCCA official Adrian Lumala kicked the substance out of the goal area than it started raining heavily, forcing the Otoho players and coaches to run for safety in their team bus.

“It’s him who caused the rain,” the visiting officials were heard saying while pointing at Lumala.

But Otoho also left a message for KCCA FC right at the center of the football pitch, two eggs were smashed and left their as they headed back to their team hotel.

Otoho also trained at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo on Friday before the session was stopped by the scorching sun

Otoho have not had a serious training session at the facility as their Friday session was cut short because of the scorching afternoon sun.

The Congolese champions carry a 3-0 advantage into the return leg that KCCA FC will need to score at least four unanswered goals for them to advance to the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup.

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