Inter Allies will make a short trip Dawu to face Dreams FC on Wednesday in week 11of a busy schedule of Ghana Premier league games.
Ahead of the game at the venue referred to as the “Theatre of Dreams, head coach Kenichi Yatshuashi has maintained his team will not alter their style of play as the players are at their best when they play to their strength.
Allies have had a mixed season so far, as results on the road is a far cry from the blistering home form.
The team has won all 5 home games, scoring nine without conceding a single goal whiles they are yet to win a point or record a goal away from home despite putting up spirited performances in all 5 away games.
Looking up to the game against Dreams, Coach Kenichi is of the opinion his boys are better off playing to the system that suits them largely due to their young ages.
“We play only one way, our players are very good when they are playing at their strong point. I think we are going to stick to it. We don’t have many options as our players are very young boys. We are going with a similar approach”.
The season’s league has had regular midweek games and the coach feels the nature of the league will affect all clubs as coaches will not have ample time to have regular training sessions.
He indicated though it is a difficult situation, Allies are in an advantageous position because the players are youthful.
“Playing regular midweek matches will affect everyone but not because my players are young or inexperienced. We are at an advantage because of age. But it’s really difficult playing two matches a week, we cannot have regular training and that is going to affect our play.