Inter Allies target Top 4 finish this year

Officials of Inter Allies football Club are predicting a much better year as they prepare for the upcoming season which starts on January 18, 2015.
They claim that the experience gathered during last year’s league campaign will make them a more formidable team this term.
The club has thus set its sights on finishing among the top 4 teams come the end of the upcoming season.
Inter Allies started their league debut on a jerky note after losing the first seven games of last season.
In a press release copied to, officials of Inter Allies say that expeience was a rude awakening for the club.
“Getting promotion to the Ghana Premier League was a dream comes true for some of the boys who had worked all season in the Division One throughout the middle league.
Unfortunately things didn’t start the way it should have, in what looked like a baptism of fire; Inter Allies lost the seven opening matches.”
However, after the seven games winless streak, Inter Allies regrouped and went on a ten game unbeaten run.
The club eventually ended the 2013/2014 season in sixth place.
To crown their efforts, the club also reached the grand finale of the 2014 MTN FA CUP but unfortunately lost to Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
A lot of changes and activities have characterized the preparations of Inter Allies ahead of the new premier league campaign. Among the many changes include the appointment of yaw Acheampong to replace veteran coach Hebert Addo.
Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has also been recruited to beef up the technical team of Inter Allies.
He is expected to also be the Director of Education for the Football School of Inter Allies.
Also in September 2014; Inter Allies signed a sponsorship deal with Italian manufacturers Errea. The Italian firm will produce sporting apparels for the club with authentic team football materials.