Inter Allies midfield ace Emmanuel Nettey has urged his colleagues to shift focus to their must win clash against Dreams FC on Sunday after losing to Liberty Professionals last Sunday.
The ‘Eleven Is To One’ were defeated 2-1 by Liberty on Sunday at the Karl Reindorf Park in Dansoman on match day 2 of the ongoing 2015/16 Ghana Premier League.
Allies, who beat Aduana Stars 2-0 in the opening game will face an in-form Dreams FC who have won their two opening games this Sunday at the Tema stadium with Nettey hoping to arrest the slump.
He told www.interalliesfc.com: “What’s important now is the game against Dreams FC on Sunday, winning it would be a very good turning point.
“All players and staff have to put Sunday’s defeat (to Liberty)behind and focus, there is a will to overcome the situation and find a way back to winning ways.”
Nettey was vital in the opening day victory over Aduana Stars but failed to make the trip to Dansoman to face Liberty due to injury.