The former Porcupine Warriors boss who was sacked in a bizarre manner, is still supporting them to eliminate the Congolese side in the Caf Confederation Cup
Sudan national team coach Zdravko Logarusic insists that Asante Kotoko will make it to the next stage of the Caf Confederation Cup ahead of their second leg game against CARA Brazzaville on Wednesday in Congo.
The former Gor Mahia boss was sacked last season by Kotoko after the club’s supporters invaded the training grounds because they disliked his 3-5-2 formation although the club was second behind Wafa at that time.
Kotoko have a slim advantage ahead of the game after winning the first leg 1-0 thanks to Yakubu Mohammed’s late effort, after Amos Frimpong, Baba Mahama and Sadick Adams missed three penalties within regulation time.
“I hope and believe Kotoko will produce good results in Brazzaville because they have to represent Ghana Football properly to show Ghana league is better than Congo league,” Logarusic told Oyerepa FM.
“I will be surprised if Kotoko fail to qualify on Wednesday against CARA Brazzaville because they have everything at their disposal and even the 1-0 win in the first leg isn’t a bad result because CARA will have to score twice and make sure they don’t concede,” he added.
AshesGyamera understands that Kotoko arrived in Brazzaville on Monday evening after making a transit in Togo during the early hours.
Aside midfielder Seth Opare, all other big names made the trip with coach Steve Polack expected to play a 4-5-1 formation and rely on counterattacks.