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CAF Confederations Cup: CARA Club is under pressure – Ghana’s Ambassador to Congo

Ghana’s Ambassador expressed that a cue has been taken from what happened to the Black Stars after they were delayed at the airport for hours during the world cup qualifiers, indicating that they are in negotiation with the Congolese FA to prevent any form of intimidation in the second leg.

Ghana’s Ambassador to Congo Brazzaville, Honorable Attah Boafo has assured the fans of Kotoko to be hopeful ahead of the second leg encounter, stressing that CARA Brazzaville is under pressure.

According to him, many of the Congolese have complained bitterly regarding the performance of the referee having awarded five penalties in a single game but believe CARA Brazaville can’t maltreat Kotoko.

“Before the first leg CARA club were afraid of Kotoko when they came in for their visas. One of their management who was part of the 1976 squad that played Kotoko expressed worry in their clash against the Porcupine warriors” Attah Boafo said.

Speaking during an interview, Mr. Attah Boafo said that he has informed Ghanaians over there to rally behind the team when they play CARA Brazzaville next week because the motto of the Kumasi based club is “Wo Kum Apem A Apem Beba”.

Ghana’s Ambassador expressed that a cue has been taken from what happened to the Black Stars after they were delayed at the airport for hours during the world cup qualifiers, indicating that they are in negotiation with the Congolese FA to prevent any form of intimidation in the second leg.

“Once we are representing the country here I do not think they will treat Kotoko in a bad way because when we talk to them they listen” he added.

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