Our business travelling to Ghana is to eliminate Hearts of Oak, CI Kamsar Vice President, Rene Bagoura has said.
The Guinean side will be hosted at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday in the CAF Champions League preliminary round game.
The two-legged game will now be played as a one-off tie following the political unrest in Guinea.
The first leg was supposed to have been played on September 12 in Guinea had to be postponed due to the political instability in the country.
Speaking to Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM, Rene Bagoura said the side has no business in Ghana but to play football and to win against Hearts of Oak.
“We didn't come to Ghana to play but to beat Hearts. We have no business in Ghana but to play football and to win against the home team.
"It's a one-off match and we mean business. We know what they are made of.
“We have 3 players from Ghana who are with us and they have told us a lot about Hearts of Oak,” he added.
Kamsar are expected to arrive in Ghana later today and will train at the Accra Sports Stadium tomorrow.