The tactics of the Serbian coach was not accurate and indecisive considering the fact that they can not rely on the players available for results, meanwhile the club has billionaires running the team. The problem with the former gaffer indicates that, he is not conversant with the local league and the players to use for the right matches. But coach Bashiru has turn everything in a good statement to see the club smiling once again. The Serbian has attributed his side's lack of killer instinct to inexperience. “Almost 80% of the boys haven’t played in the Premier League before and so they lack experience but I don’t have any solution than to work with the lads in training and surely, the results will come.” Goran: I’m back home to continue my career with Legon Cities FC. I’m happy to join this club because they have a future plan for Ghana football. Don’t blink when the season starts. Follow my new club for every detail of the club. Thanks for your support," Gyan posted on Twitter on Sunday.
The club was formerly owned by ex-Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kwesi Nyantakyi who gave up the team to new owners after getting a FIFA life ban from football for corrupt practices. Ahead of last season, Legon spent big on signing Ghana's 2014 World Cup goalkeeper Fatau Dauda, who previously had spells with clubs in South Africa and Nigeria. For the upcoming 2020-21 campaign, The Royals have also secured the services of Ghana U20 attacker and former Bayern Munich trialist Matthew Anim Cudjoe who spent last season on loan at Asante Kotoko. Legon Cities finally won their first Ghana Premier League game this season as a penalty by forward Joseph Adjei earned them a 1-0 victory against WAFA in Accra on one Friday night.
Adjei scored the penalty in the second half to settle the tight encounter in favor of Legon Cities, who were without experienced striker Asamoah Gyan. The 34-year-old missed the game due to injury. The team is gradually attracting many supporters who seem very impatient and want their newly found team to start winning.
The amount spent of the team does not tally with the results of the team. They have to be strategic and not to go in for any player that comes their way. As we can see that, they have made all known signing about eleven new players and yet the team is limping. The current addition are making some effective impact scoring against WAFA SC is such an impressive performance. Many believe their off field activities do not correlate with their performance on the field as the team has only 3 points from their first five Ghana Premier league games. But I think Legon Cities are good enough to secure their spot in this season’s Ghana Premier league. They will not go to relegation! Looking at the transformation that has happened at Legon Cities coupled with their recent results, especially under Goran Barjaktarevic , they deserve commendation not condemnation. Legon Cities have played 3 GPL matches against [Dreams Sc 0-0 Legon cities, Legon Cities 0-0 AshantiGold, Aduana Stars 2-0 Legon Cities] all in 8 days.
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