The Porcupine Warriors was asked to prepare to leave Sunday’s game without a point
Wafa Director of Operations George Ofosuhen revealed that his team is ready to beat Asante Kotoko by 3 points in Sunday’s Ghana Premier League match.
The two teams are preparing for the ninth round at Al-Wafa Sports Complex in Sojacob.
For the homeowners, who announced the death of club president Henry Wentges earlier this week, their motivation goes beyond just picking three points, to consolidate their position on the league table.
“We are not afraid of Kotoko. The death of our president motivates us to defeat them in his honor. Henry Wentgis does not have time, so there are matches that he sometimes comes to watch,” Ofsohini said. FM switch.
“Matches between Kotoko, Hearts of Oak and Ashanti Gold are games that he loves to watch during match days.
“In fact, when he’s around, the motivation is great and that pushes us to win over any team. He gives a lot of incentives when the team wins, so in his absence we decided to win the match to honor him.”
“We will play directly with them to win this match. The matches between us and Kotoko are not difficult. If we need the three points, we do not care about the team we play.”
Wafa entered Sunday’s match looking to return to winning ways after losing 1-0 to Legion Cities last round.
Kotoko, meanwhile, will want two successive wins after their 2-0 win over Liberty Professionals.
Gradually players get used to the system we adopted because at the beginning we did little, but now things have changed with the players conducting more critical tournaments and changing the way we play. ” Kotoko coach Johnson Smith said after Monday’s win.
“So you can attribute our latest offer to confidence and determination,” he added.
“You don’t need extensive training to bring out the best in the players but sometimes you have to care about the players because they are very good individually, so you have to build their confidence and not pressure them too much.”
Wafa is fourth on the league table, one point behind Kotoko.