The head coach of Ebusua Dwarfs, Joseph Emmanuel Sarpong, is unhappy with the performance of his players after seeing his team lose their second consecutive game in the Ghana Premier League.
The Cape Coast-based side were handed a 1-0 defeat by New Edubiase at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium on Friday courtesy of a Zubeiru Fuseini strike, a week after losing their league opener to fellow newly-promoted outfit Dreams FC at home.
“I hope to stay on for the third match,” Sarpong told SuperSport TV.
“It is very disappointing and disheartening that a team put together since Division One, having scored maximum points with a top scorer with 30 goals, is losing.
“I don’t supervise this type of play because it is either [that] the players do not want to play for the coach like it happened to [Jose] Mourinho or something somewhere.
“I think we are in crisis.”
Dwarfs, who make a return to the topflight following a year in the Division One, will host Hearts of Oak at the Robert Mensah Stadium in their next fixture.
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