The former Wa All-stars winger is highly optimistic ahead of his side’s clash with Nkana and believes the Porcupine Warriors are capable of recording good results in Zambia.
“We are not going there to lose. We are going for a win. We don’t even want a draw (at Nkana),” he said.
“Nkana are not any extraordinary team beyond us. We have what it takes to beat them,” he add in an interview with the media before they jetted off to Ethiopia enroute to Zambia.
Kotoko have won one and lost one of the two games they have played in the CAF Confederation Cup group stage.
credit:footballmadeinghanaLast modified on Wednesday, 20 February 2019