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Sports News of Wednesday, 22 January 2020


WAFA coach complains of fatigue five matches into new season

WAFA coach  Prosper Narteh WAFA coach Prosper Narteh

WAFA coach Dr. Prosper Narteh says his boys were 'tired' after conceding late to draw against Inter Allies in Accra on Sunday.

The Academy Boys saw their first half lead leveled with just four minutes left when Inter Allies captain Victorien Adebayor blasted in from close range.

The Sogakope based club took the lead on the hour mark after Eric Asamany lobbed the ball over the goalkeeper before came off Richard Acquaah to enter the net.

'They [the striker] lost some focus in front of goal. There were some chances we could have scored. It was as a result of tiredness- Sometimes when limbs are tired, decisions are slow,'' says Dr. Narteh in a post match interview.

WAFA remain unbeaten this season and will next welcome Liberty Professional on match day 6 of the Ghana Premier League.