Sports News of Saturday, 18 March 2017
The Communications director of Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo is confident rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko will be no match for them when they clash at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday in week 7 of the Ghana Premier League (GPL).
According to the Hearts News editor, Kotoko will leave the Accra Sports Stadium heavily bruised as they plan to descend heavily on them.
Opare Addo who had predicted correctly against Olympics and Tema Youth did not mince words when he told the Starr Sports in an interview that they were going to add to the misery of Kotoko come Sunday.
“We are confident of beating Kotoko on Sunday with the current confidence in camp. It will definitely happen that we will stop Kotoko despite losing to Tema Youth on Wednesday ,” Opare told Starr Sports.
At other centres Inter Allies will seek to unleash their misery on Tema Youth when they play at the El-Wak Stadium, while trouble looms for Accra Great Olympics when they travel to the T&A Park in Tarkwa to lock horns with Medeama.
Ebusua Dwarfs will aim at scuttling the dreams of the league leaders, Aduana Stars, when they host them at the Cape Coast Stadium; Ashgold’s woes could continue at the Nduom Stadium when they play Elmina Sharks; while Bolga All Stars will attempt a giant-killing feat when they welcome Bechem United to the Tamale Sports Stadium.
The Sogakope Park will be a slippery terrain for visiting Berekum Chelsea when they play West Africa Football Academy (WAFA), while Liberty Professionals will hope to use Wa All Stars to move up on the league log when they play clash the Carl Reindorf Park at Dansoman on Saturday.