Former Asante Kotoko forward Eric Bekoe has cast doubts on the preparedness of the club for next season’s CAF Champions League competition.

The Porcupine Warriors last month confirmed their readiness to participate in the 2020/21 CAF Champions League which kicks off in November following decision by the GFA to grant them the opportunity to represent the country in the continental competition.

According to Eric Bekoe, the Porcupines should have used this period to put their house in order and prepare very well for next year.

The former Ghana Premier League top scorer added that participation in this year’s competition is a trap but hopes things work well for the club.

“I thought this was the time they will take time and put their house in order before going to Africa.

“Going to Africa is a trap but we hope everything goes well.

“In my opinion, they should have pulled out of this year’s competition and prepare well for the next one,” Bekoe noted.

Kotoko has not been in action since March this year following the suspension of football activities by the government due to the coronavirus outbreak in the West African country.

The club will return to the training pitch on Wednesday to begin preparation for the commencement of the 2020/2021 season.