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Jan 19, 2019 | Football News

Management Will Not Take All Credit If Kotoko Qualifies To Money Zone – Sarfo Duku

Management Will Not Take All Credit If Kotoko Qualifies To Money Zone – Sarfo Duku

Management of Kumasi Asante Kotoko will not want to take the credit alone if the team is able to qualify to the money zone of this year’s CAF Confederations Cup, Communications Director for the club, Lawyer Sarfo Duku has disclosed.

The Porcupine Warriors are on the brink of making it into the group stage of the continental competition having failed to do so in close to a decade. They will host Cameroonian giants Coton Sports Garoua at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium tomorrow.

They look on course to achieving that feat especially taking the results of the first leg into consideration. The current management of the Kumasi based side have been in office for just about five months and they will surely be applauded if the team gets the results tomorrow.

Speaking to Class FM ahead of that crucial game, Lawyer Sarfo Duku insisted if they qualify tomorrow it would be because of a collective effort from all stakeholders and not just the work of management.

“We don’t want us to take the credit alone. It is a collaborate effort from all our stakeholders and I believe that we will all have to share the glory together.

“But of course you will agree that we have been in office for less than five months so if we are able to achieve that feat it will be a remarkable one for us. It will be historic for a management to have qualified the team to the money zone of an African Competition within five months of its mandate”, the communications director shared.

He further stressed that Kotoko is proud and happy for their performance in the competition so far. They believe strongly that they will win tomorrows encounter to book them a place in the next phase of the competition.

Kickoff is at 3:00pm.

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