Aduana Stars Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Albert Commey has revealed that the club’s recent performances in the Ghana Premier League are due to players’ commitment.
The Dormaa based club started the season on a poor note after losing their opening two Premier league games which led to the resignation of their head coach Ahmed Nurudeen.
The former Premier League champions are however one of the teams to watch now after scoring 7 goals in their last two games against Sekondi Hasaacas and Medeama.
“You see the starting of the season was a bit difficult for us but because we have been able to manage the egos of the players it will only get better,” Commey said.
“The players understand what is required of them and they are really giving this their all which is very impressive.”
Aduana Stars will play in-form Liberty Professionals at the Carl Reindoff Park in Dansoman on Sunday in their next Ghana Premier League game.
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