Black Stars assistant coach Maxwell Konadu has urged Asante Kotoko to be cautious of Kariobangi Sharks ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup second leg tie in Kumasi.
Konadu, who led the Porcupine Warriors to clinch the 2011/12 Ghana Premier League title, believes though his former outfit hold an advantage ahead of the match, it would be a tall order should they concede a goal hence they have to guard against deploying an open tactic.
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"The draw is very good but it has thrown the match into 50/50 which is dicey."
"All they are coming to do is to try to score a goal, I have monitored them and that's their aim to get a goal and not to defend but how Kotoko is going to win and at the same time defend very well, that is the challenge right now, to do it and do it well," Konadu said on Oyerepa FM.
"They will sit back after getting one goal and should Kotoko equalise, that will be one all. Kotoko should be very careful, they should open up and win convincingly."
The match is kicking off at 3:30 pm at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.