Kotoko goalkeeper Felix Annan believes his side will record a better result against Etoile du Sahel in Sunday’s CAF Champions League.
The Porcupine Warriors are yet to get a win against the Tunisian side with their best being two draws in their last four outings, a result which gives the North Africans an upper hand.
Etoile du Sahel snatched a draw the last time they visited the Babayara Sports Stadium with the game ending in a 2-2 stalemate back in 2008.
But Felix Annan is looking forward to a massive turnaround this time.
“Since then the club has been looking for a chance to avenge that result and that is what we will be aiming for on Sunday. Both clubs have rich histories in African football,” Annan told Cafonline.com.
“From the records, we’ve played against Etoile four times with our best being two draws.”
“This is a new Asante Kotoko with a new technical team, new players and definitely new mentality towards games of this magnitude so we are aware of what lies before us. The players are ready to make history on Sunday and you can see it in their activities during training”.
Kotoko have been unable to make a Group stage appearance in the CAF Champions League since 2008.
By Frank Darkwah