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09 August 2017

Helsingborg IF midfielder Edwin Gyimah wants a positive response after defeat to Norrby in Sweden

Ghana’s Edwin Gyimah

E. Gyimah

Ghana midfielder Edwin Gyimah has urged his team mates to show that they feel the pain when they lose games by beating their opponents.

I feel positive. We lost the last game and now have to do better at home. Matches are really demanding right now, and we players know about it when the fans, management, and we ourselves need a win. We have to go out tomorrow and win, says Gyimah.

Despite the loss in the last game and a tight table midfielder says he does not feel any pressure, but just want to go out on the field and win.

– For my part, I feel no pressure. Maybe things will not work as we said in advance but no matter how the game is, it is only important that we take the three points.

Previously played “Eddie” with Andreas Landgren in the midfield but in recent games he has formed mittfältsduo Johan Persson, says midfielder.

– Something I’ve always tried to do in my career is to fit in with any player. With Johan (Persson) and Landgren is simple. I think the collaboration with Johan Persson worked well so far, so I hope it stays that way even tomorrow, he says.

Despite the shutdown of Oke Akpoveta and some damage



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