Ghanaian champions Aduana Stars have stepped up their training ahead of their CAF Confederations Cup game against AS Vita Club of Congo at the Nana Agyemang-Badu on Wednesday.
Aduana are bottom of Group A with just a point and desperately need a win against the leaders to make their dream of making it to the next stage a reality despite replacing their Ghanaian coach, Yussif Abubakar for the Japanese, Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
The Dormaa based club have stepped up preparations ahead of the game in midweek and striker Bright Adjei is optimistic of victory against AS Vita.
“We have prepared long ago and ready for any match despite the fact that we are not playing the league. We are confident of getting our first win on Wednesday. Football is my work and I don’t regret for playing football despite the current happenings in Ghana football” he told Solid FM Sports.
The two time CNN goal of the week winner also added that they are ready to work with new coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi who was appointed last week and they will give their best.
“It’s the decision of the club, we players are professionals and ours is to give our best to the club. We are trying to adjust to Kenichi Yatsuhashi tactics and style very quickly. He is different from Yussif Abubakar.” He added.
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