The head coach Jimmy Corbblah has attributed Sunday’s 1-0 league win over Sekondi Hasaacas to adequate preparations during the league recess.
The league went on break for three weeks after the first round and the coach took advantage of that to work his players out.
This reflected in the win on the resumption of the league and the coach feels elated with his second Inter Allies win.
“We knew the game was going to be a very tough one because we had a torrid time from the reverse fixture so we knew we had to go all out,” he told reporters after the game.
“We prepared well and they (Hasaacas) were solid and resolute and made it very difficult for us but I think the preparations prior to the game did the trick.”
Frederick Boateng missed a penalty before slotting his 6th league goal of the season and also missed another sitter few minutes later.
Sheriff Deo Mohammed also went close to scoring on several occasions, despite fluffing chances the coach still believes in his upfield players and insists they’ll come good in no time.
“We could have scored more if we converted our chances, all the same we’ve been practicing on our finishing and goalscoring and very soon it shall be well.”
The ‘Eleven Is To One’ has climbed from 13th to 11th on the league table with 18 points after the 1-0 win over Hasaacas on Sunday will face Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City in midweek.