Amos Frimpong says that playing against Accra Hearts of Oak in a one leg game in the preliminary stage of the CAF Champions League will be tough but admits they can surprise the phobians on their own turf.
Accra Hearts of Oak will clash with the Guinean side in the Preliminary stage of the CAF Champions League at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Initially the game was supposed to have been played on home and away basis but due to the Political instability in Guinea with the military takeover, CAF has ordered the match to be played in a one off tie at the Accra Sports Stadium.
"Playing Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium will be a difficult task but the team is preparing adequately so we can surprise the Phobians in their own backyard," Frimpong told Happy FM.
“It is a very difficult game for Kamsar with Hearts of Oak winning the double. We are not a bad side but the better team on the day will carry the game."
"We will come and honor the game at the Accra Sports Stadium and we haven’t given up on qualifying to the next stage."
The 29-year-old joined CI Kamsar after parting ways with Ghana Premier League side, Techiman Eleven Wonders.