Greater Accra representative for West African Football Academy (WAFA), George Ofosuhene has disclosed that they are anticipation a difficult match against Accra Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
The two sides will lock horns in a match week 9 fixture of the ongoing Normalization Committee (NC) Special Competition. 15 points a piece on the Premier B standings, the match promises to be exciting and tough at the same time owing to the fact that the team that comes out victorious will go top of the log in the division.
Speaking to Class FM ahead of the crucial fixture, George Ofosuhene opined that they are aware they are not going to have it easy playing at the Accra Sports Stadium especially after beating Hearts twice in a row at Sogakope but they are going to prepare very well to ensure they fight for the 3 points at stake.
“Consistently I think Hearts of Oak has lost to us in Sogakope and now that we are returning back to the Accra Sports Stadium to play against them with their own fans in attendance we know it is not going to be an easy match”, the WAFA representative said.
He continued, “We ourselves know it’s not going to be an easy match so we are preparing ourselves mentally, physically and tactically. We want to come there to be superior and we are coming there to fight for the 3 points”.
Kickoff time for the match is at 15:00GMT.