The forward, who broke the hearts of many teeming fans with his spot kick miss yesterday, believes his side can still progress to the next stage of the CAF second-tier inter-club competition
Asante Kotoko striker Saddick Adams is optimistic of his side’s chances of qualifying for the next phase of the CAF Confederation Cup competition against CARA Brazzaville of Congo in a fortnight.
The 29-year-old frontman failed to put his team ahead in the early minutes of the encounter by squandering an early penalty kick awarded to his side in the first leg tie at the Baba Yara Stadium.
However, despite their slim 1-0 victory in the first leg clash of the preliminary stage, the former Berekum Chelsea man remains defiant his outfit will see off their Congolese counterparts in two weeks time in Brazzaville for the return leg encounter.
“We wanted to win and win massively for Ghana and the Supporters but unfortunately things didn’t go the way we expected,” Adams told Metro FM
“It wasn’t an easy match yesterday but since we now know how their style of play is, our next game won’t be all that hard for us”
“Yes, we can qualify. Everything can happen in football. We can play better than what they did here in Kumasi. We can win and qualify,” he stated.