Aduana Coach unhappy with performance despite win over Olympics

Robert Tachie Menson, GNA

Dormaa Ahenkro, June
29, GNA – Aduana Stars Coach Yusif Abubakar, has expressed dissatisfaction with
the performance of his team despite their 1-0 victory over Accra Great Olympics
at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Sports Stadium in Dormaa-Ahenkro.

“Very, very bad
performance, though I’m happy we won. I’m always fair about our matches. We did
not play well at all. After the first half I told my boys that I’m still not
happy so we need to back up”, he added.

The Week 20 encounter
saw Aduana’s Bright Nsiah deliver a powerful strike right in front of the
penalty box to secure the much needed win for the home side.

Coach Abubakar
observed that a lot of work needs to be done on the striking department of the
team, as most of his players who had received Man of the Match awards were
midfielders and defenders.

Speaking in a post-match
interview, he attributed the side’s poor performance to pressure against the
backdrop of “failure to win their last home and away matches”.

“We need to calm
down; I’m not satisfied with our performance. We need to do more work”.

He said he was unfazed
by criticism coming from the supporters for not winning their previous matches,
which according to him, affected the team’s chances of catching up with leaders
WAFA on the league log.

Coach Abubakar asked
for the continued support of the fans, stressing that, “nobody is bigger
than Aduana and they must love everybody”.

“Every player in
the team would move on except the club owners. The Coach too is temporal, so
the owners and the supporters should take it easy on the players, they won’t be
able to calm down under pressure”, he indicated.


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