The Kotoko former star who now plies his trade in Egypt has urged the current players not to relax against the Phobians in Sunday’s Super ClashFormer Kumasi Asante Kotoko winger Francis Akwaffo has urged the Porcupine Warriors not to relax but fight till the final whistle on Sunday when they play Accra Hearts of Oak in the Ghana Premier League.
Akwaffo, who now plies his trade with Egyptian side Al Ittihad Sakndary, will be best remembered in Kotoko - Hearts of Oak games for making mince meat of Daniel Coleman at the Baba Yara Stadium.
“The game will not be easy but I am praying my beloved club Kotoko will win,” Akwaffo told Goal.com Ghana.
“The players should play and fight till the end because football is played in 90 minutes and any relaxation on their part will be disastrous.”
He recalled: “When I was with Kotoko I was always happy to play against Hearts of Oak as it is a game that can make you famous.
“Despite the tension in such matches I was always cool when playing especially together with my boss Stephen Oduro.”
The first leg ended goalless between both sides at the Kumasi Baba Yara Stadium and this game promises a lot of goals as both teams have improved tremendously afterwards.