WA All Stars coach Enos Kwame Adepah has admitted that his side chances of making it into the next round of the CAF Champions League is very slim.
The 2016 Ghana Premier League best coach believes the possibility of his side qualifying into the next round of the Africa inter-club elite division is virtually over
The Northern Blues are now facing a herculean task to progress into the next phase of the competition following their 3-1 loss to their Libyan counterparts Al Ahli Tripoli in the first leg tie at the Tamale Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Notwithstanding, the club chief is of no doubt his outfit dreams of securing qualification into the next stage of the competition is now a forgone thing.
”With fairness, there wouldn’t be any excuse on our part and to the nation at large. We were hoping for a very positive result having garnered a lot of confidence prior to the start of the game, but then things didn’t work out on our side. This loss is a very, very big blow to us,” Adepah told Kumasi-based Silver FM.
He added: ” For now, our chances of making it into the next round is very slim. This is a North African side that have secured a very good result on their opponents home soil and so definitely such antics of their will surely take it toll on us in the second leg. So we’ve a daunting task ahead even though anything can happen.”
Wa All Stars will face Al Ahli Tripoli in a fortnight in Tunisia for the second leg tie.