The two former goalkeepers will not be on the pitch but play vital roles as Saanie Mohammed is the goalkeepers trainer for the Police team while REichard Olele Kingson is the head coach of Emmanuel FC.
The game will be played at the El-Wak stadium at 3pm. Both sides have fought their way to the finals.
Emmanuel FC defeated Hope for future 4-3 on panelties after drawing 2-2 in regualtion time in the semis as Police nationals beat Patron SC 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in regualtion time.
The bragging has already started as former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper and now trainer of Police Nationals Saanie says his side will comfortably beat Emmanuel FC to lift the cup.
"Coming from the Central region and getting to the finals should tell you the stuff we are made off, It is unfortunate the Greater Accra presented Emmanuel FC to face us in this final. It is a clear mismatch and we would prove that on the pitch by beating them 3-0", he said.
Richard Kingson, however, believes he will do the talking on the field and is optimistic of easily beating the Police team.
"It will be one of the easiest games we'll be playing in the competition. We are hoping they will present a stiffer opposition to make the final exciting".
The tournament is dedicated to the memory of one of Ghana's illustrious sports administrators, Jordan Anagblah who died in 2012 at the age of 55.
The tournament was put together by Eugene and friends like Fetus Adika, Evans Amenumey, Leonard Ahoachede, Julius Walter, Bawa, Patrick Tetteh, Raphel Tommy, Richard, Abu, Nana oduro and Alhaji Oliver.
To the fans we say Ayeekoo to you and yes indeed grassroot football has been revived by Eugene and friends and it's a wake up call to the Greater RFA to learn from the organizers.