Chairman of Bechem United Kingsley Osei Bonsu has sworn to punish Kumasi Asante Kotoko in his capacity of the Bechem side because of "one or two" reasons.
According to the outspoken club head, as long as he is chairman of the Brong Ahafo side, they will punish Kotoko beginning with the upcoming G6 Tournament insisting his side has no mastigophobia for the Porcupines.
With reference to the tournament's fixtures, he expressed pity for the Kumasi-based side for being drawn with his side in their first game of the competition.
"I simply want to send a message to Kumasi Asante Kotoko. It is just unfortunate that they are meeting Bechem as far as their first match is concerned"
"I have vowed that in my capacity as chairman of Bechem United because of one or two I will always make sure I punish Kotoko" he stated emphatically.
He went on to fire missiles at the direction of the Porcupine Warriors by making mention of former Kotoko Ivorian striker Ahmed Toure, who according to him is currently in the Bechem United camp.
In a seemingly deliberate attempt at ruffling the feathers of Kotoko, he mentioned Abednego Tetteh who was recently in the news for blasting Bechem United and was reported to have said the club gave him 10 Ghana cedis as transportation fare at the end of the season as one of the players they (Kotoko) should look out for.
"Fortunately for us Ahmed Toure has started training, Abednego has also started training and we have signed about eleven top stars. Just yesterday we picked our goalkeeper from Ivory Coast and he has reported and is seriously training so I just want to tell people that we are going to make an impact as far as this tournament is concerned" he boasted.
He clarified perceptions that Bechem United's FA Cup triumph is a fluke.
"We simply want to state the point out that our winning of the FA Cup wasn't a mere fluke and that we deserved to win it.
Bechem United finished seventh place on the Ghana Premier league below Asante Kotoko who place fifth in the league log.
By Musah Abelyire/ghanaguardian.com