Karela United Administrative Manager Eric Alagidede has emphasized that there is no course to worry if they lose to Hearts of Oak.
The Nzema-based club will play as guest to the Phobians at the Accra Sports Stadium in the NC Special Competition match-day twelve game on Wednesday and the Karela boss says is no news if they lose the game.
“If we are to equal it to human beings, we will have been the Great-grand son of Hearts of Oak so if they beat us on Wednesday it is no news.” Alagidede told the Press.
“On the other way round, if we beat Hearts of Oak in Accra it is big news because we are a small club.”
“We have prepared well, both clubs play good football so the fans will enjoy the game.” He added.
Hearts of Oak are on top of NC Special Competition Zone 2 with 22 points whilst Karela are second with 21 points.