Preview: Kumasi Asante Kotoko vs Dreams FC- Zito to start again against charged Reds Featured
10 Jan

Preview: Kumasi Asante Kotoko vs Dreams FC- Zito to start again against charged Reds

Dreams FC will have it an heaven order in chasing an all important win this afternoon at Baba Yara Sports Stadium against Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the second round of matches in Group A in the 2017 GHALCA G-8 tournament.
The "Still Believe" side held their shoulders high in a solitary goal defeat in their previous game against defending champions, Aduana Stars in their G-8 opener with some delightful and hopeful football and will be ready to get the results this afternoon against Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
With the return of Emmanuel Eli Keke and Godfred Asante in the folds of the Dawu-based side, coach Karim Zito's side should be a strong costumer for the "Porcupine Warriors".
This tournament will still remain as a preparatory grounds for Kotoko in their Africa campaign of which head coach, Steve Polack attested to that during a pre-match interview. "Our next Africa game is in few weeks time and this tournament will be able to prepare us adequately for that," he said.
"Playing this tournament should be a able to give you five test games, thus when you reach the final and we also have the Super Cup to play against Aduana ten days before we play CARA Brazzaville here in Kumasi." Polack concluded.
This will make the club bring on new faces to test their strength and readiness to face the battle for the club at all front with Frederick Boateng likely to make a start in this game.
That notwithstanding, the results will also be a concern for the club in reaching a stage to freshening and make them ready for Africa and the forthcoming domestic season, that is reaching the semi finals, as the team still look not sharp enough to take on opponents in competitive games.
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