By Patrick Akoto
Medeama president Moses Armah has called for cool heads and patience from fans following their unflattering campaign in the Ghanaian top-flight this season.
The Mauve and Yellows have endured a difficult campaign this season where they lie in mid-table.
They lost 1-0 at home to Kotoko, which followed their 2-2 draw at Inter Allies on Sunday.
Fans of the Tarkwa-based side are growing frustrated with their inconsistent displays but club president Moses Armah hopes the club’s supporters show patience during this difficult period.
"There is a generation change happening. It happens to all sides. We shall overcome," he told the club's official website.
"The fans need to show patience, even if I know that is never enough, but you have to understand that there will be difficulties sometimes.
“It’s not been easy in all sense but we’re trying our best to get the results we require to make the fans happy.
“I will just plead with them to stand by the team in these difficult times.”
Medeama have failed to translate their continental form on the domestic scene.
Coach Carlos Roberto Paullete’s men have qualified to the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup where they tackle Moroccan side MAS Fez on Sunday.