Inter Allies players cautioned

paa kwesiPlayers of Inter Allies have been cautioned against complacency barely 24 hours after recording a mammoth feat over Medeama SC on match day one of the 2014-15 First Capital plus Premier League competition.

The Premiership ‘young boys’ kick started their second season campaign on a bright note with a convincing 2-0 victory over Medeama SC, one of the sides considered as heavyweights.

The win plunged the Allies camp into unending celebration but management of the club has warned that the competition is in early days and was important to remain focused for the bigger challenge.

Media Relations Executive of the club, Mohammed Alhassan told the Times Sports yesterday that ‘The Management of Inter Allies is excited about the 2-0 victory over Medeama. It is a sign of many good things to come this season. We congratulate members of the playing body as well as the technical team headed by Paa Kwesi Fabien for the job done.’

He said the club is looking at performing better this season to avoid the hassle it went through last season before it placed sixth at the end of last season.

“It was a very difficult debut for us; it was not easy rubbing shoulders with big clubs like Hearts, Kotoko, Berekum Chelsea and others in such a competitive league so we can be pardoned for the struggle.”

“But since we are used to the terrain now, we would put in place the appropriate measures to garner enough points and stage repeats of Sunday’s show to ensure our safety.”

But much as the players revel in the win, Mr. Alhassan said it was important to be cautious because ‘we are yet to finish the first round. There are more matches ahead so we would keep our calm and take the matches as they come.’

He urged supporters of the club to patronise the club’s home matches this season to boost the morale of the players and also indicated that the club’s doors remain opened to corporate and business organisations for collaboration and sponsorship.

By Andrew Nortey

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