Sports News of Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Technical director of Inter Allies Willy Klutse is upbeat about their chances of beating Asante Kotoko in week 22 of the Ghana Premier League.
Inter Allies recorded a 1-1 stalemate against Berekum Chelsea last Sunday and will hope to record an even better results when they welcome Asante Kotoko to the El Wak Stadium on Wednesday.
The Porcupine Warriors, who are on a purple patch form in the second round of the league will be keen to continue their great run as they bid to reclaim the league title they won in 2015.
Nevertheless, Klutse believes they can put breaks on the premier league giants despite their upturn of form in the second half of the campaign.
“The euphoria around Kotoko camp is good, the manner in which their management is trying to boost their players morale and the results they are churning out is telling because psychologically, it is a positive sign for them to win the league,” Klutse told Happy FM.
“But on our side of the story, we’re also preparing a very high motivating team to do everything to truncate their good form, so we’ll be on our toes by trying to stop whatever force they’ll bring on the day. I can assure our fans that we have prepared adequately for this game.”
“I will entreat them to troop the stadium in their numbers to motivate the boys and we’ll not disappoint them.”