Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker, Yahaya Mohammed has said advised his former club on how to progress to the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup.
The Aduana Stars striker in an interview played on Kessben FM said he signed for San Pedro this year but the deal could not be finalized as San Pedro and Aduana could not agree on their terms.
Mohammed said from what he saw at the club, “they take every match as a final match” including “friendly matches.”
“Kotoko must beat San Pedro by more than two goals if they want to progress to the next stage of the competition.”
He also said they that he won’t be surprised if they can name the “Kotoko has at their camp now.”
He advised this former club to win by more than two goals if they want to progress to the next stage because their team is “well organized” and “they are tactically disciplined.”
“They know how to play away matches,” so Kotoko should not underestimate them.
by: Nana Asabere