Karela United coach Johnson Smith is not bothered where his team will face Asante Kotoko.
Smith, who’s not unfamiliar with the Porcupine Warriors after once working there as an assistant coach, has no qualms over being the away side.
"I have trained my players and have given them experience so if they like let's play the game in heaven we will beat Kotoko,” Smith told Otec FM.
Karela's team that beat AshGold in the semis:
“No team in Ghana is better than us, we are ready to play anywhere the NC tells us to even if we should play in Heaven,” added Smith.
"We respect Kotoko, they are big and one of the oldest team in Ghana but we are never afraid of them because the players playing for Kotoko are equally the same as Karela players," he added.
This weekend’s winner will be crowned the Special Competition’s champions while also qualifying for the CAF Champions League next season.
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