Prosper Nartey, head coach of Ghana’s premier league side, Ebusua Dwarfs, has conceded his team faces an uphill task in beating the drop, this season.
Nartey says despite having some good runs in the second half on the season, he feels the team needs to be sharper, upfront to stay up, at the end of the season.
Dwarfs have enjoyed a good run in the second round, with some sensational wins, particularly their 4-1 whitewashing of former league champions Asante Kotoko at the Robert Mensah sports stadium.
Also, they have drawn with defending champions, Ashanti Gold, last week, and registered a slim 1-0 win over West Africa Football Academy, yesterday.
The results have elevated the Cape Coast-based side off the bottom of the league table to the 10th position with 27 points, 11 points off leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak, and three points above the relegation zone.
Speaking at the post-match conference after the WAFA match, Wednesday, the coach thinks that inspite of the good run, they ought to do more.
“We did well on the ball, and defensively we did well, but then offensively, that is, when we have the ball, there is some limitation there, and it is going to be corrected. It’s part of the game.
“The most important thing is that we won. They (the players) are happy that we won, and our placement on the league log is now bettered,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, Dwarfs next assignment is a trip away to Techiman City who have not lost at home, this season.
FILED BY: Daniel Boateng