Asante Kotoko coach Charles Kwablan Akunor has praised management and supporters of the club for playing significant roles in their run to the group stages of the CAF Confederations Cup.
The Porcupine Warriors reached the group stages of the continent’s second tier competition for the first time since to 2008, after dispatching Karibangi Sharks and Coton Sport in the knock-our phase.
Despite the beautiful exhibition of Akunor’s “Agoroball” philosophy on the pitch, the former Black Stars captain says management of the club deserves the most praises.
“It’s not only me who deserves the commendation for reaching the group stages.
“Most of all the commendation goes to God, and then Dr. Kwame Kyei, the management and everyone,” he told the media.
The 44 year old also thanked the fans for their massive support throughout the round one and playoff stages.
“Let me also congratulate the supporters, their earnest support is massive and I hope it will continue whether good or bad times.”
Asante Kotoko travel to play Al Hilal of Sudan on Sunday in the opening game of the group C.