Ghana's No. 1

Aduana goalie wants instant reaction against Medeama

Published on: 15 October 2011

By Ameenu Shardow

Goalkeeper Stephen Adams has sounded a rallying call on his teammates to deliver victory in their home league encounter with Medeama on Sunday.

The winners of the 2009/2010 league stumbled to a 2-1 loss on opening day to Liberty Professionals but Adams insists, the title could still end up in Dormaa but only if his side start to pick up points.

"We were not happy with the defeat to Liberty last week, a small misunderstanding cost us the game but it doesn't mean we are out," he told Takoradi-based Melody FM.

"The team went into training since Monday knowing very well the task we face against Medeama and so we are confident of a win on Sunday."

Aduana's solidity at the back, the main reason for their solitary league triumph seems to have disappeared into thin air and Adams is desperate on getting that department sorted immediately.

"We won the league in 2010 because of our solid back line where I kept many clean sheets and I am hoping to start that all over again to help my team recapture the title.

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