Posted On Wednesday, 3rd April 2013
Asante Kotoko’s opponents in the CAF Champions League, JSM Bejaia have arrived for the second leg clash on Sunday.
The Algerian side arrived early Wednesday morning and are already on their way to Kumasi where the match will be played.
Kotoko have complained their visitors failed to provide them with vital information that would have made their reception even better.
“They (JSM Bejaia) failed to provide a detailed list of their contingent within 10 days of their arrival for us to process their flight arrangements to Kumasi,” Kotoko’s spokesman Listowell Yesu Bukarson revealed to MTNFootball.com.
“We made several requests but they failed to oblige, hence they had to make the trip to Kumasi by road instead of the prior plan to fly them.
“I have been in constant touch with the Algerian ambassador here but all attempts have proved futile.”
The Ghanaian champions go into the second leg game holding all the aces after grinding out a goalless draw in the first leg encounter in Algeria.