AshantiGold striker Saddick Adams believes Asante Kotoko have a formidable squad to make an impact in Africa, but urged them to engage in international friendly games to access their strength.
The Porcupine Warriors declared their intentions of participating in the CAF Confederations Cup after petitioning the Normalisation Committee over its decision to not allow clubs to compete in Africa.
A section of football pundits believe the club does not have a competitive squad to take the continent by storm despite their impressive outings in recent friendly games.
However, Adams who recently played against the Kumasi-based side in a friendly encounter thinks otherwise and claims they need more international exposure to attest their readiness before embarking on the Africa journey.
“Asante Kotoko has a good team but they need to play international friendly matches to access their strength but the team is good,” Adams told Ohene Bampoe–Brenya on Happy FM‘s Anopa Bosuo Sports.
“Kotoko must desist from doing things that doesn’t bring them luck because football needs luck.”
Adams was instrumental in the Porcupine Warriors side in their MTN FA Cup triumph after bagging hat-trick in the final against fiercest rivals Hearts of Oak.