The Porcupine Warriors picked a vital away victory by way of Isaac Oppong’s late strike on Monday, September 12, to brighten their possibilities of qualifying to the subsequent stage once they travelled to Benin to defeat Kadiogo by 1-0 in the first leg of their preliminary spherical of the CAF Champions League.
In an interview with Kumasi-based Nhyira FM, Mrs Evelyn Nsiah Asare expressed concern Kotoko’s dwelling venue for the game may show to be difficult however has urged fans to fill up the Baba Yara Stadium as she underscores their significance for the gamers.
“What I am scared of is the fact that the second leg is taking place at our home ground because if you’re not lucky and they [Kadiogo] score one, you could be in trouble,” she noted.
“So we should be able to fill the park, so then we the supporters will be regarded as the twelfth player on the day to support the players. We congratulate the players, management and the technical team. They have all done extremely well,” she added.
Kotoko has not certified to the group stage of the top tier of CAF inter-club competitors since 2006.