The Blues say they have learned a lot in their debut inter-club competition on the continent and that has helped them to fine-tune their strategies
He said Ghanaians are going to see a different side all together when they qualify for the continent’s elite inter-club competition another time.
“It has been a very good learning curve for us and we hope to do better when we qualify for the competition another time,” Sarfo told Accra-based Joy FM.
“The boys are going to play their hearts out at least for pride and for the records.”
Berekum Chelsea will host the former champions TP Mazembe in the final round of the group games at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.