AS Vita coach Jean-Florent Ibenge says the recent happenings in Ghana football following Anas investigative documentary will not affect Aduana Stars ahead of the CAF Confederations Cup game.
The Ogya lads will lock horns with the Congolese giants at the Nana Agyeman Badu in the third group game as they seek to get their first three points of the campaign.
The Premier League champions have only a point from two games and lie at the bottom of the table.
Meanwhile, the Dormaa based side will need a win to stand a strong chance of progressing to the next phase of the competition.
Speaking on Shalom FM, the experienced trainer believes the crisis won't affect the Ghanaian giants.
"I don't think it's a problem for Aduana stars players," Jean-Florent Ibenge told Shalom FM.
"I think they're well prepared to make the best game possible against us."
"However it would've been a disaster if they decided not to honour their matches," he said.
"Ghana government must quickly resolve issues surrounding the FA to prevent any negative effect on the national team in the future," Ibenge warned.
The DR. Congo coach stressed the match will be difficult because they play till the end.
"Playing against Aduana stars will be difficult," he continued.
"I think our opponent are very dangerous because they played better that than Asec Mimosa's in Ivory Coast though hey lost."
"Aduana drew against Raja Casablanca."
"They've good mentality and very strong."
"They play till the end and had an equaliser in the last minutes of the game," he added.