Former Medeama midfielder, Joseph Tetteh Zutah says the club is prepared to make an impact in this season’s CAF Champions League.
The Mauve and Yellow will make their debut against another first timers, Remo Stars of Nigeria in the first leg of the preliminary encounter at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday, August 20.
Zutah, who captained the side for a period spanning six seasons, has called time on his career.
The 28-year-old who is now an administrator of the club, tells Radio Gold Sports about the club’s readiness to compete and make an impact.
“We qualified by virtue of winning the Ghana Premier League and we are representing Ghana in the CAF Champions League this time round and so it is something that the club is looking up to.
“So it is something we want to make an impact so that the nation will be proud of us and CAF will be proud of the nation and if possible they can give us our lost slots.
“The good thing about Medeama and Remo Stars fixture is that, both clubs are debutantes in the CAF Champions League.
“They have also played in the CAF Confederation Cup before just as Medeama SC but we are all debutantEs in the CAF Champions League so it will be an interesting encounter.
“So we have prepared well, the playing body are very much determined and the coaching staff, everybody is doing his bit to contribute to our victory on Sunday.” Joseph Tetteh Zutah told Radio Gold Sports.