The forward is confident his North African counterparts will be left purring in their return leg of their CAF Champions League preliminary round come in two weeks time
Aduana Stars striker Bright Adjei has said Libyan side Al Tahaddy will find things tough in Dormaa when they both cross swords in their second leg tie of the CAF inter-club premier league competition.
The one-time CNN goal of the week award winner reckons his Libyan opponents were never a threat to his side in the first leg clash in Egypt even though they lost by a goal to nothing.
The Ghanaian champions are billed to welcome the North Africans in a couple of weeks for the return fixture and the 23-year-old is already oozing with confidence that his outfit will see off their nemesis in the elite contest.
“Aduana Stars played a good game but it was rather unfortunate that we lost,” the former Tema Youth goal poacher told Abusua FM
“If l am judging from the way we played against them, it will be difficult for Al Tahaddy to eliminate us here in Ghana,”
“I am urging all the fans to come in their numbers to support us to victory as we will never disgrace them,” he implored.
The return leg will be played on February 21 at Dormaa Ahenkro