Asante Kotoko players advised to stay focus ahead of Confed Cup group stage campaign

Players of Kumasi Asante Kotoko have been advised to stay focus ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup group stage campaign.The Porcupine Warriors will begin their campaign on Sunday with an away game to Al Hilal of Sudan.With the fine form exhibited in the preliminary round, many expect coach CK Akunnor and his team to do well. A former manager of the team wants the players to put the game first before money.According to Kojo Addai Kyenkyenhene who is now senior pastor with Harvesters Evangelistic Ministry, Bantama, Kumasi, things were different in his era with regards to players and how they handled their matches.Speaking exclusively on “Otwa Mmere”, a radio preaching program aired on Metro FM in Kumasi, Rev. Kyenkyenhene indicated the playing body at the time exhibited high sense determination than it is in a modern day football.“We were selfless and killed ourselves for the game. Our focus was not on money like it is now. Our determination was extremely high as we always sought to be on the top”, he told show host, Eric Nana Prekoh.The former Black Stars player however indicated it is worrying to see players now making money their goals…