The two will clash on Saturday after a protracted war of words between both sides after Kotoko accused Shark of mistreatment with the Ghanaian giants claiming that they were assigned a ‘small bus’ besides being subjected to train at a substandard ground at Goan Institute.
“We are well prepared. Playing continental football is enough motivation for the boys and we are looking forward to posting a positive result on Saturday,” Muluya said in a pre-match conference.
Kotoko coach Charles Akonnor has been rattling Sharks, but the former Ghana international noted that he will not underrate their opponents who he had referred to as a ‘small team’ in his many attacks on the Kenyan representatives.
“We cannot underrate them (Kariobangi Sharks) as they equally are a good team. We, however, will put our best foot forward and I’m confident we’ll go back home with a positive result,” he said.
The match has been slated for Saturday, December 15, 2018, at the MISC Kasarani starting 3 pm. Ticket prices have been set at KES 200 (Regular) and 500 (VIP).