Ambitious Wa All Stars marksman Richard Arthur has failed to rule out his side from the CAF champions league despite trailing the first leg by a 1-3 setback. The defiant striker dared his team mates to draw motivation from the feat chalked by the Libyans as they head to Tunis for the return leg.
The former Windy Professionals forward, who became the first Wa All Stars player to score a goal in the champions league, dubbed their home defeat as a disaster and a strange result which doesn’t reflect the true colour of the game. The day dreaming Arthur urged his playing mates to be inspired by the Libyans as they leave Ghana for the second leg.
” It is football we are talking about here and sometimes the results can be too harsh on you.
“Our home defeat in the champions league was a disaster and a strange results too.
“We never deserved to have lost that game by even a 2-1 scoreline but we lost 3-1 on home soil.
“If Ahly Tripoli can win in Ghana what prevents us from winning in Tunisia as a group of players?”, Richard Arthur said .
The Wa All Stars goal machine tapped home consolation from inside the six yard to tone the scoreline at the Tamale Stadium in a woeful 3-1 home defeat in the first leg. The return leg is billed for Sunday February 19, 2017 in Tunisia.