Deputy Head of delegation for Kotoko, Edmund Ackah says his outfit will avenge what he described as “ill-treatment” when they host Kenyan Club Kariobangi Sharks in Kumasi.
Kotoko since arriving in Kenya having been complaining of poor reception.
The Ghanaian giants described a bus handed to them by the host as substandard and requested for a change which they claimed was turned down by the host.
In addition, the Reds looked unsatisfied with the quality of training pitch and made further complains.
“I have never seen such a thing before, this is not a venue for my team to train in, and it is a venue that can be used to graze cows. I want to stress here that we will also host them in Ghana, and they should expect the same treatment,” Edmund Ackah told Goal.com.
“We have informed Caf what we have gone through since we arrived in Kenya. It was the only way to make sure that the message is delivered and maybe action is taken.
“We are astonished by the kind of reception our friends handed us on arrival at the airport. They only gave us a very small bus that could not accommodate the traveling contingent and even after complaining, they accepted to offer us a better option but we are yet to see the same.”
Kotoko will play Kariobangi Sharks in the first leg of the second round of qualifiers at the Moi International Stadium in Kasarani on Saturday.
The Porcupine Warriors will then host their counterparts in the return leg at the Babayara Sports Stadium on December 22.
By Frank Darkwah