Kumasi Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Ernest Sowah has fired strong words at Accra Hearts of Oak, insisting they won’t pick a point at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday.
The Porcupine Warriors will face their bitterest rivals on Sunday in the Super Clash since the horrific accident the club was involved in.
Kotoko are yet to play their first competitive game but played a friendly in midweek against lower tier side Nat Coster FC, a club they walloped 4-1 as per of preparations for Sunday’s duel.
Goalkeeper Ernest Sowah who is looking forward to keeping the post says the club wants to make their club happy and they can achileve that by beating Hearts of Oak.
"It is nice to return to the turf again and also to play in front of our supporters," Sowah said ahead of the super clash.
''We can't disappoint them [supporters], the match is a must-win game."
"Hearts of Oak will not even pick a point here on Sunday."
Kotoko are fifth on the League table and a win will propel them to a chance in the title fight.
The Kumasi based club will face WAFA after the Hearts game and also have an outstanding game in the FA Cup against Nea Salamina.