Ghana striker, Sampson Eduku has urged Dreams fc to take their chances in their CAF Confederation Cup first leg calsh against Guinea club, Milo FC.
The “Still Believe” Boys are in Conakry for the first fixture on Saturday, August 19 with the return leg billed for the Accra Sports Stadium a week later.
Sampson Eduku who left Tamale City to join Iraqi club, Al Quwa Al Jawiya, had a brief spell at Guinea club, CI De Kamsar and he spoke to Radio Gold Sports.
“It’s not going to be tough, it’s going to be normal as we all play football so far as you are a footballer and you know how to play, it won’t be very difficult for you.
“Just play like the normal game as you play in Ghana here. They are there, we play the same as we play.
“What you have to do is to be fast because the pitch. That place they play on astroturfs so the ball roles faster than the player so because of that they are fast.
“So they [Dreams fc] have to be fast, they have to close them down and if they do that, they will get them simple.
“They [Milo fc] will not get the chance to play the game and when it comes to Ghana and the Guinea league it is all the same.
“So Dreams fc have to do everything, they have to focus and get more goals.” Sampson Eduku told Radio Gold Sports.
Dreams fc left Accra on Thursday, August 17 for the encounter.