Midfielder blames inexperienced players for Inter Allies loss

Prince Baffoe has blamed inexperienced players for their loss to Liberty Professionals on match day two of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday in Dansoman.

Inter Allies suffered a 2-1 defeat to Liberty Professionals at the Carl Reindolf Park on Sunday, a game head coach Herbert Addo made 7 changes  to the set-up that started against Aduana Stars in their first premier league game of the season.

And the former Kotoko attacking midfielder, reckon the inexperienced players who started the game were responsible for the loss.

“We played well, but two or three inexperienced players cost us.

“Lack of concentration on the part of some of us allowed them to score two early goals in the first half,” Prince Baffoe told pulse.com.gh

Inter Allies started the game slowly, allowing Liberty Professionals to dictate the pace of the game and scored two early goals courtesy Cephas Opoku and Latif Atta Blessing.

Prince Baffoe says the slow start was down to inadequate warm-up. He added that Liberty were determined to beat them and their lackluster start did not them any good on a bad pitch.

“We started slowly because we couldn’t warm up well before the game but after the first half, we were in a better shape for the second half and that was why we played well.

“The game was difficult because Liberty were determined to beat us so they made it difficult for us from the onset.

“The pitch affected us but that’s what we have in this country and there’s nothing we can do about it, the pitch is never an excuse for a loss.”

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