Versatile player Simon Martey insists that there’s no room for complacency as they travel to Dormaa with hope to cause upset.
Inter Allies have had some fine form in the second round after losing the last three matches of the first round.
The ”Eleven Is To One” are unbeaten in the second round after eight games winning four consecutive games after four consecutive draws.
Despite achieving this remarkable feat, Martey says the team is aiming higher and will shock the country with a performance in Dormaa on Sunday against Aduana Stars in the First Capital Plus Premier League week 24 game.
“We are doing well lately and that hasn’t entered into our heads, we want to do more as we feel we are still underutilised,” he toldwww.interalliesfc.com
“I know people wouldn’t expect us to get results in Dormaa because it’s a difficult ground to go, however we are also ready for the challenge and we to hope surprise everyone.”
Simon Martey who has played in several positions this season from right and left wings through right back to left back also added: “We have a great squad and it seems we are peaking at the right time, that’s good for our form.”
The team’s number 24 shirted man made a bold call claiming, a win in Dormaa will put the club in the tittle race as all isn’t lost now for the crown.
“If we should win in Dormaa what does it mean? It means we’ve joined the race to win the league and that’s not far from our reach, let’s wait and see.”
Inter Allies will face Aduana Stars at the Agyemang Badu Park in Dormaa to clear the league’s week 24 fixture.