Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Eleven Wonders defender Amos “Olomo” Frimpong has said Ghana’s CAF Champions League representative, Hearts of Oak, would be crushed out by his side, Kamsar.
CAF’s most prestigious inter-club competition, CAFCL 2020/21 priliminary stage draw saw Accra Hearts of Oak matched to Club Industrie de Kamsar from Guinea in a double legged encounters.
Frimpong joined the Guinean side after a good season spell with Techiman Eleven Wonders in the ended GPL 2020/21.
“Kamsar is one of the biggest clubs here in Guinea, which they (Hearts of Oak) don’t know”.
“We have a very good team, quality players and arguably the best technical staff in our country”.
“I know Hearts of Oak very well, I watched and played against them even in the just ended season.
“They (Hearts) are currently the best team in Ghana, they won double,but trust me, they are beatable, and we will not spare them”. Amos told Television Optimal
“Hearts can’t beat Kamsar, this team? No! He said
“My team-mates and the coaches asked me about Hearts after the draw and I told them they (Hearts) are good but we can eliminate them”.
“It wouldn’t be an easy game, I know, but as it stands I see Kamsar qualifying after the two legs”.
“To make it easy for us, we have to win big here before coming to Ghana”
“I will humbly urge all my fans in Ghana especially, my lovely fabulous fans to support me in my operation “Hearts must drop” encounters”. Said the former Kotoko captain