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Aduana Stars set top four target

Published on: 16 January 2014
Aduana Stars set top four target
Aduana Stars

Aduana Stars Chief Executive Albert Commey says the club have targeted to finish in the top four of the Ghana Premier League. 

The 2010 champions were inconsistent in the first half of the season and end in ninth place.

Midway through the season, the club appointed Montenegrin Bogdanovic Milisav to replace JE Sarpong.

"We didn’t start well but we found our rhythm during the latter stages,” Commey is quoted by the Ghana News Agency.

"We are not joking with our training to make sure we are in shape before the league resumes.

"I am very positive that at least the top four won’t elude us. Looking at our current position in the league, we should be able to get there."

Aduana Stars will face New Edubiase United when the Ghana Premier League bounces back in February.

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