Striker Sheriff Deo Mohammed has admitted that the team have put the defeat against Kotoko behind them and are focused on the game against New Edubiase on Wednesday.
“It’s unfortunate we lost at Kumasi but we have forgotten about the defeat at Kotoko and now we just focus on the next match against Edubiase on midweek,” he told www.interalliesfc.com
The tall and lanky striker believes the players are shaping well under coach Paa Kwesi Fabin and in no time the results will start speaking for itself.
Despite playing four games of the season with two defeats already, the Eleven Is To One have conceded two goals but Sheriff feels with help of his attacking colleagues the team will be banging in more goals to equate the hard work of the defenders and the midfielders.
“We’ve played four games and we could have won all the matches honestly. So I think we have to keep working harder with our finishing as a team to win the remaining matches,” he added.
“The coaches are doing well and their efforts won’t be futile, the results will start coming soon and we hope to start a long good run of performances from the midweek game against Edubiase.”
Inter Allies will play home to New Edubiase at the Tema Sports Stadium on Wednesday to mark match day five fixture of the 2014/15 First Capital Plus Premier League.