Inter Allies forward, Mohammed Zakari says his side will find a way to blend following the defeat to Inter Allies over the weekend in the Ghana premier league matchweek six tie.
Elmina Sharks needed a Benjamin Tweneboah first-half penalty to inflict a 1-0 defeat on Inter Allies at the Papa Kwesi Ndoum Stadium on Sunday.
The defeat condemned Inter Allies to three losses in the spin following earlier defeats to King Faisal, Bechem United as pressure continues to mount on coach Henrikh Peters Lehm.
“We came with the mindset of winning because we had lost our previous game at home. However, things did not pan out as we wanted and we lost 1-0,” he told the club’s official website.
There is no way we can say we don’t miss them (Samuel Adebayor and Samuel Armah) because last season we were scoring a lot even though we were conceding.
“In a Football Club, players come and go so we would have to cope with whoever comes in. We have to find a way to blend with the new strikers as we did with Amarh and Adebayor.”
Up next for Inter Allies will be a home match against Eleven Wonders.