Legon Cities midfielder Elvis Opoku has accepted that the club’s poor run of form has incurred pressure on the team.
Opoku who join the Royals from Aduana Stars says things have not gone the way the management anticipated after making a huge investment in the transfer window before the season.
The club currently is struggling at the bottom of the league after nine games despite recruiting some top names to improve the squad.
Players including Ghana’s all-time top scorer Asamoah Gyan, prospect Matthew Anim-Cudjoe, and Elvis Opku among a host of others all joined but it has not been a good season for them so far.
“Our position on the league It is not good. They(Management) signed a lot of players which they thought will have an impact on the team looking at their performance last season. So we came and looking at things right now it’s problematic. It has brought pressure on the team.” He told Sweet Fm
“Sometimes we the new players outnumber the old in the lineup. Some of us did not have preseason with the team. Me, for instance, It took me only a week and three days to play my first match for Legon Cities. In all this, we are hoping to get things right at early as possible.” He added
Legon Cities after a defeat to Aduana last week will play host to Ashanti Gold on Friday, at the Accra Sports Stadium.