Coach Nurudeen Amadu

Nurudeen Amadu, head coach of FC Samartex 1996 has acknowledged that playing in Africa in the Champions league is challenging.

Amadu, after leading the club to a Ghana Premier League title, anticipates challenges playing in Africa and believes experienced players can significantly impact the team.

Nurudeen Amadu, in an interview on the Game on GHOne TV, highlighted the challenges of playing in the African Champions League and the specific positions the ans wants his team to enhance their squad quality and experienced players for that challenge.

“I think that we will beef up the team because going to Africa is not easy and some specific positions that we need to bring in experience players or good quality players to beef up the squad”.

Nurudeen Amadu further stated that the team is currently working on the possibility of playing their CAF Champions League matches at the Baba Yara stadium in Kumasi.

“We know that maybe we’ll be playing at the baba Yara or something, so we’re working towards that because we have been playing some matches outside Samreboi and so we will push our minds towards that direction and see how we can cope with the situation” he said.

Source: Ghana/ Kobby Quarshie