Stop gap coach of Inter Allies Felix Aboagye says the pressure on his side at the Accra Sports Stadium was a major factor in their poor performance over the first round of the Ghana Premier league.
With a win, and Draw in their first two games in Dawu, Coach Aboagye believes the Theater of Dreams have received them well, and hope to make the venue a Fortress
“Accra Sports Stadium wasn’t favoring us, we needed to move so we came to Dawu. We play much better and compact football here and the stadium is good for us and hopes to make it a fortress”.
The former Ghana Star player maintains his side is better off playing in Dawu that the Accra Stadium for the rest of the season, but quick to say they won’t be “Swollen headed”.
“With this great performance you saw, I think we are better off than the first round and hope to get much better as the second round unfolds. It’s just the beginning of the second round and we don’t want to swollen-headed because we are not in a good position”.
Having been coach of Liberty Professionals and Elmina Sharks, Felix Aboagye sang praises of his team, insisting they are a “great team with Fantastic Players”
“I do not want to put it like it’s the pitch but we are a great team, the players are so fantastic and are adapting to the formation and system we are teaching them”.
Inter Allies have started the secod round with 4 points from a possible 6, beating leaders Karela United, and drawing at home to Dreams FC