Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko forward, Stephen Manu has admitted Accra Hearts of Oak has been a better team ahead of Kumasi Asante Kotoko this season but such games are not for the form guide of any team to determine.
The pair are set to set up a cracking game at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday in the Ghana Premier League on match-day 31, a game that has the value of determining the league’s winner.
According to Manu, despite the rich form of the Phobians, the Super Clash goes beyond the form of the club, adding that there is more to it that your previous results.
“Honestly, this season Accra Hearts of Oak are in fine form than Asante Kotoko but note that matches between these two teams doesn’t normally follow form guide,” he told Takoradi-based KYZZ 89.7fm.
The once upon a time Porcupine Warrior also revealed the nostalgia moments of such games and wished he had a part to play in Sunday’s encounter.
He added: “I wish I will be playing a part in this game on Sunday because I miss such Titanic clash.”
Regardless the preparations of both teams before Sunday, football fanatics are promised a great deal of action in the country’s capital.