Aduana striker Adjei eyes Kotoko scalp in G8 tournament

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The striker says they will maintain their unbeaten run in the pre-season tournament against the Porcupine Warriors

Aduana Stars striker Bright Adjei has insisted that they will maintain their 100 per cent record in the Ghalca G8 tournament as they face FA Cup champions Asante Kotoko in the last game of Group A at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.

The Fire Club defeated Dreams FC 1-0 in the opening game before thumbing regional rivals Eleven Wonders 3-1 on Thursday.

Kotoko are in dire need of three points to make it to the semifinals of the competition since they are tied with Dreams on three points.

“So far we have six points and our coach has used different sets of players for the two games played as he continues his monitoring processes. We’re poised to maintain a good winning streak in the competition, so I believe we will defeat Kotoko on Sunday," Adjei told Ashh FM.

“Each member of the squad is poised to prove a point to the coach especially with the Caf Champions league approaching. Everyone wants to start games and be exposed to the international media.

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"We're aware that Kotoko are under pressure to win but that is not possible against us. We need to maintain this momentum to send signals to Al Tahady and other clubs that they will meet along the way in the Champions League," he added.

Dreams FC will take on Wonders in the other group game at the Len Clay Sports Stadium in Obuasi.

 

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