Former skipper of Asante Kotoko, Amos Frimpong has cautioned Dreams FC not to underestimate Guinean side Milo FC in their CAF Confederation Cup match.
Dreams FC are making their maiden appearance in the CAF Confederation Cup and have been drawn against Guinean fold Milo FC de Kankan in the preliminary round of the competition.
Ahead of the tie, Amos Frimpong who currently plies his trade with Guinean side Club Industriel de Kamsar has advised the 2022/23 Ghana FA Cup champions not to underestimate their opponents.
“They have quality. So, if Dreams FC want to advance to the next stage of the competition, they have to prepare well,” Amos Frimpong said on Kessben FM as quoted by GhanaSoccernet.
He continued: “Dreams FC can get a good result against them because they will be playing that game in Conakry which is not Milo’s favourite grounds.
“In terms of football, they are a very good side and very gifted just like Ghana. Their style of play is quite similar to that of ours in Ghana but they are more aggressive,” he added.
The first leg of the tie will be played in Guinea between August, 18-20, and the second leg in Accra between August 25-27, 2023.
Winner of the tie will progress to the final round of the qualifiers, where they’ll play the winner of the game involving AS Dounes of Niger and Kallon FC of Sierra Leone between September 15-17 and September 29 to October 1.
Should Dreams emerge victorious in the two rounds of the qualifiers, they’ll qualify for the Group Stages, becoming the fourth Ghanaian side to achieve the feat after Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko and Medeama.