The two-time African club champion shares his insight into building a formidable team for a campaign on the continent.
The Porcupine Warriors goalkeeper shares his views on the potential involvement in continental inter-club football in 2020-2021.
The captain of Kotoko Felix Annan in an exclusive interview with Ghana- Kumasi Base Radio Station Kumasi FM says he wish to win trophies especially the CAF Champions League before his tenure ends at Kotoko.
“That has always been my wish, my wish has always been that every season I help the team to win trophies for this great club especially the Champions League.”
“So as far as I’m here, as far as each and everyday I’m working for this club, I’m going to try and help the team when I’m asked upon so that we can also win something the fans will remember us for” he said.
Definitely, for sure I also want to leave a legacy and one day I will be remembered, after all I did my best and I gave my best for the club, he added.
The two-time conquerors of Africa are set to represent Ghana in the 2020-21 CAF Champions League with an aim of improving upon their first-round elimination in 2019-20.
They received the nod for the championship on the decision of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) following the premature termination of the 2019-20 domestic football season.