Samuel Inkoom, Kotoko Hard working defender, Samuel Inkoom has promised hell for Accra Hearts of Oak when his team Asante Kotoko clashes with the Phobians in a league match on Sunday.
The former Windy Bay Professionals and Hasaacas midfielder who has become a stalwart star ever since switching camp to the Fabulous side, said his impressive form which helped the Black Satellites to win the African Youth Championship in Rwanda would be replicated when his team meets the Phobians on Sunday.
Speaking to DAILY GUIDE SPORTS on arrival from Kigali on Tuesday, the lateral defender who is eyeing a stint with a top European team, was confident his presence would make a difference for the Porcupine Warriors.
“I know Kotoko would beat Hearts this time around as my colleagues are preparing vehemently for the big game.
“Hearts is a big team but Kotoko would definitely triumph on Sunday,” he told this paper.
Inkoom and Agyemang Badu, national under-20 team mates, are expected to feature for Kotoko in their home game against Hearts on Sunday. This is due to their exclusion from the Black Stars game against Egypt in Cairo on February 11. They have been involved with the Black Satellites at the African Youth Championship that just ended in Kigali, Rwanda.
Their presence would definitely boost Coach Maurice Cooreman's team as they prepare to silence the Phobians.
Meanwhile, Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has called up Udinese of Italy's Kwadwo Asamoah for next week's game against the Pharaohs of Egypt.
The player who has been in top shape lately earns a return to the team after a year's absence.
“He is playing regularly in the Serie A with Udinese and that is very good for his career and for the Black Stars,” Milovan Rajevac said in an interview with www.ghanafa.org.
By Charles Nixon Yeboah