First choice goalkeeper of Kumasi Asante Kotoko remains confident ahead of the second leg game against Club Athletique Rennaissance de Aiglon (CARA) in Congo.
The Porcupine Warriors travel to East Africa, Congo, with a slim 1-0 lead from the first leg played in Kumasi, last Sunday. Kumasi Asante Kotoko beat CARA 1-0 in Kumasi courtesy a Yakubu Mohammed goal, despite being awarded four penalties.
Amos Frimpong, Saddick Adams and Baba Mahama missed penalties in the first leg, however, the brilliant Felix Annan was on hand to save one from CARA.
Ahead of the trip to Congo, Felix Annan indicated the club has all it takes to progress to the next stage and was confident of victory against CARA.
"We are not afraid of them [CARA] in the second league. We have prepared very well ahead of the game and we'll need our fans support and prayers to qualify," Annan told Angel FM
"I don't believe in Juju. The referee had all the penalties, he awarded in first league at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium right.
"As I earlier said, the fans should continue praying for us to make it to next round of the competition."
The second leg encounter will be played in Congo on Wednesday, with the winner on aggregate scoreline progressing to the second round.
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin