We’ve antidote for Remo Stars – Coach Evans Adotey

Medeama will host Remo Stars in Cape Coast on Sunday

Head Coach of Ghanaian champions Medeama SC, Evans Augustine Adotey averred his side’s readiness for their Nigerian counterpart in the Caf Champions League first leg in Ghana.

According to the tactician, Medeama have antidotes to ensure the downfall of Remo Stars at the Cape Coast stadium come Sunday.

Medeama’s first leg of the preliminary round of the Caf Champions League against Remo Stars will kick off at15:00GMT.

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Ahead of the clash, the western region-based premier league outfit will be without Kwasi Donsu and Nurudeen Abdulai due to coaches’ decision and injury.

However, coach Evans Augustine Adotey says he has plan without his influential players for the encounter as they hope for a positive result.

Addressing the press at the pre-match conference on Friday, August 18, 2023, the gaffer said the Ghana Premier League champions have prepared adequately for their opponents.

“We’ve observed their games. Recently I saw their games during a tournament in Nigeria. I have seen them severally and I have tapes of their games. Together with my team and the players, we’ve been observing. We’ve identified few points including weaknesses and strength.

We’ve seen them and we’ve planned for them. Today marks the final leg of our preparations and we hope to make sure everything is set for victory on Sunday.”

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Evans Adotey pointed out that the ‘Never Give Up’ boys are poised for a better result in the first leg amid making the second leg a mere formality and qualify to the next round.

“Medeama want to go all out. We’ve got to steal the show at the expense of the Nigerians who also share the same ambition of qualifying to the next round. So, believe me, you will see Medeama on Sunday, we are going all out so that the second leg will be a mere formality,” he observed.

He concluded by downplaying pressure being on the team and reiterated their ambition to make meaningful impact in their debut campaign in the Caf Champions League.

“No! There is no pressure on me or my team. Hearts is different from Medeama, Medeama is different from Kotoko. Set your objectives right, prepare your team well. Make sure you know your opponents. It’s a matter of making sure you qualify to the next round,” said Coach Evans Adotey.

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