The Ghanaian Premier League giants have conceded far too easy in their last four games and this have raised a lot of concern from their fans and sports pundits.
Head Coach of the side, Coach Mariano Barreto has expressed his dissatisfaction about the current performance displayed by his boys on the pitch against their opponents.
The Portugese has stated his side needs to be resolute in the remaining fixtures if they are to win the league this season. These were the words from the gaffer 'We started leading the game and we played well but in the last minute we take (conceded) a nonsense goal,'' the former Black Stars coach said.
He further added that his players lost focused to give their opponent [WAFA] the chance to equalized. ''After the throw-in, the player [Justus Torsutsey] headed in front of the defenders and we trained these things lot of time- second attack of the ball and when these things happen, it affect us”.
The Porcupine Royals take on Aduana Stars as their next fixture in the Ghana Premier League.
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