Striker Fredrick Boateng has urged his colleagues to take the positives from last Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to All Stars and correct the mistakes against Hearts of Oak in the next match.
All Stars beat Inter Allies 2-1 at Wa Park with Fredrick Boateng getting a very late consolation after the team fought hard all round during the 90 minutes.
The Eleven Is To One controlled the entire duration of the game but failed to turn possessions into goals but the forward despite his disappointments feels there were a lot positives.
“Surely, we weren’t satisfied with the result and I must say we were a bit disappointed we didn’t carry the day with the performance and character we showed.”
“We displayed a great posture of our game as we got most of the basic things right, but it’s unfortunate it didn’t reflect in the final result.”
“We play Hearts of Oak in our next match at home and we hope to transfer the positives to the game and win for our fans once again.”
Fredrick Boateng broke his goal drought after joining Inter Allies with a brace against King Solomon in the FA Cup and has now scored three in two games.