Ghana MTN FA cup round 64 would see Division one league side Bekwai Youth Football Accademy hosting Premier league giants Kumasi Asante Kotoko at Nana Gyamfi Park.
The “Porcupine Warriors” are the second most sucessful club of the nation’s oldest competetion, having won it on nine occasions.
However, Kotoko playing against Division one side in the competetion has always been a difficult game and has given BYFA headcoach, Abdul Rahnan great hope that his side can eliminate Kotoko.
“Asante Kotoko is one of the biggest clubs in the country and have achieved a lot as a club so we respect them for that but we are confident of beating them in this encounter”
Kotoko is going into the game as the defending champion but the gaffer is optimistic of beating them on wednesday afternoon
“We will beat Kotoko in Bekwai and make it to the last 32, it will shock them”.
“In fact, there is no pressure on BYF Academy but rather on Kotoko because they are seen as favourites to advance to the next stage more than BYF Academy”.
“We are doing our normal training, not anything extraordinary because we are playing against Kotoko, No!”.
“My players are very determined to make history and also seal big contracts for themselves as Samuel Frimpong did when played Kotoko in 2017”.
Coach Abdul Rahman told Adehyie fm, kumasi.
Story by; Aristotle Addei Nicholas