By Patrick Akoto
Kotoko goalkeeper Isaac Amoako wants a heavy win against Barrack Young Controllers in the first leg tie of the preliminary CAF Champions League on Sunday.
The Ghanaian champions host the Liberian giants at the Baba Yara stadium eager to begin their African campaign on a blistering note.
The Porcupine Warriors have been boosted by the return of eight of their experienced players from the CHAN tournament.
The agile shot-stopper, who was an unused substitute during the three-week tournament in South Africa, is eyeing a massive win against the Liberian champions.
“We want to win and win big in the first leg. It’s important we beat them by a higher margin to make the return leg easy for us,” Amoako said
“We know they are going to be tough but we have the men capable of putting them to sleep.
“We want a repeat of how we started the competition last year. The difference is that there is no turning back this time around.”
Amoako will have to be psychologically prepared after seeing his home gutted by fire on his return from South Africa.