Asante Kotoko winger Emmanuel Gyamfi is upbeat of their chances ahead of Saturday’s CAF Confederation Cup game against Kariobangi Sharks.
According to the skillful wideman, they will get a good result in Kenya and this will help motivate the team in the remaining matches as they seek qualification to the group stage.
“There’s a good feeling in camp right now, and we must do everything we can to bring smiles back to the faces of our fans,” he said
“We need to take every opposition seriously if we can attain this goal. We don’t need to underestimate or overestimate them because the football map on the continent has changed and there are no minnows in the game. We will bounce back stronger than before.” Added the sprinter.
The Porcupine Warriors have landed in Kenya ahead of the much-anticipated clash on Saturday at the Karasani MISC Stadium.
The Ghanaian giants will be looking to go a step further and they must first play above themselves to ensure they won’t replicate the poor performances exhibited in the previous campaign that saw them knocked out by CARA Brazzaville.