Vincent Atinga fires Kotoko warning
Sports News of Saturday, 5 August 2017
Accra Hearts of Oak defender Vincent Atinga has fired warning to the Porcupine Warriors ahead of Sunday’s crunchy fixture saying the Phobians will not lose’ their outstanding week 23 fixture of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League.
The Lanky centre back speaking on Abusua FM stressed that there’s no bad beef between him and Kotoko striker Sadick Adams adding that he will make the game very difficult for the experience striker.
The duo became the talk of the town following a misunderstanding between them in the 2017 President Cup match after Vincent Atinga stamped Sadick Adams leg, a tackle the Kotoko striker believed was meant to end his career.
Atinga sounded confident the Phobians will emerge victors at the end of the stipulated time adding Kotoko can’t be under estimated despite not playing actively since the club’s disastrous accident suffered last month.
‘’The game is undoubtedly going to be a very difficult game but ”I will make sure I block all his shots and won’t give him the chance to torment me and Hearts defense”.
Adams on the same show remained optimistic Kotoko will humble Hearts in the crucial game on Sunday ‘’Sunday’s game wouldn’t be an easy game but I am hopeful Kotoko will emerge victors at the end of the full 90 minutes.’’
‘‘Vincent and I are good friends we call each other on phone but when we are on the pitch we try to do the best for our respective clubs. We want to sell a very good football to our fans therefore they should come to the stadium in their numbers with the team’s colors and support us to victory.