Ghanaian defender Amos Frimpong is disappointed the first leg of the CAF Champions League preliminary round tie between his side CI Kamsar and Hearts of Oak got cancelled.
Due to political unrest in Guinea, the match scheduled for last weekend in Conakry was cancelled by CAF, with the continental football body deciding on a single match in Accra.
“On the decision from CAF, we had hoped it didn’t happen and we were playing the first game in Conakry before the second game at the Accra Sports Stadium but unfortunately the game had to be moved to Accra due to the political unrest."
“We will come and honour the game at the Accra Sports Stadium and we haven’t given up on qualifying to the next stage,” he said.
Frimpong, a former Kotoko captain, is expected to start in Sunday's match at the Accra Sports Stadium.