On a good note, Inter Allies commenced the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League Season with a 3-0 home win at the Tema Sports Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Dan Amanfo’s first Club goal and Victorien Adje Adebayor’s brace on his debut were enough for the Capelli Boys to comfortably dispatch Bechem United.
Kenichi Yatsuhashi on his first official match picked Kwame Baah in posts, Fuseini Mohammed and Fard Ibrahim at the right and left side of defense respectively with Hashmin Musah and Issahaku Zakari completing the back four.
Michel Otou, Richmond Lamptey and Mohammed Zakari were in the middle. Samuel Armah, Victorien Adje Adebayor and George Amonoo were the attackers in a 4-3-3 formation.
The Eleven Is To One despite pushing Bechem United back, had at a lot time to study the visitors who grew into the game in confidence.
Despite dominating the entire half, the Capelli Boys failed to shake the back of the net with visitors going to the break extremely lucky as the score was barren.
Samuel Armah was replaced by Dan Amanfo at half time to add more bite upfront and it paid off quickly. Just 6 minutes after coming on, Amanfo received a pass from Richmond Lamptey and slotted home the opener.
Seven minutes later, Allies got the cushion via Adebayor. The enterprising player was sent through by Mohammed Zakari and went past through his markers before rounding the goalkeeper for a beautiful goal.
Fard Ibrahim and George Amonoo were replaced by Patrick Antwi and Bernard Quarcoo respectively.
On the 73rd minute when everyone thought the score would settle at 2-0, Adebayor thought otherwise. From a free kick spot, he proved to be a specialist and slotted home from a beautiful free kick.
Allies kept the visitors at bay and maintained the perfect score line at the final whistle, 3-0 it ended.
Victorien Adje Adebayor who bagged a brace on the day was the NASCO MVP.
Allies XI: Kwame Baah, Mohammed Fuseini, Fard Ibrahim , Hashmin Musah, Issahaku Zakari, Michel, Otou, Mohammed Zakari, Victorien Adebayor, George Amonoo & Samuel Armah.
Subs: Salifu Saed, Maxwell Ansah, Bernard Quarcoo, Richard Antwi, Baffour Gyawu, Dan Amanfo, Samuel Bekoe.