Over the last few years, WAFA’s home record has been very impressive to look at and some of the score lines they have recorded have been shocking as well.
Teams like Accra Hearts of Oak, Medeama and recently Ashantigold have all taken humiliating scores at the WAFA Park.
One team yet to be included in the list of high profile clubs to have produced a disaster-class at Sogakope is Kumasi-based side Asante Kotoko.
The highest goals the Porcupine Warriors have conceded at the WAFA Park is two, in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
Speaking on their inability to replicate same high margin against Kotoko, Operations Officer of WAFA George Ofosuhene told Angel FM’s Saddick Adams on Floodlight Sports: “The Porcupines should not to rejoice yet, one day one day, their time will come. It’s just a matter of time”.
“In fact Kotoko should give thanks to Abalorah. He really saved them the last time we played against them.”
Both teams are expected to clash again on May 14 with Kotoko playing at home. The earlier fixture in Sogakope produced a 1-1 scoreline.