Ghana's No. 1

Chelsea coach Plyum stays grounded after impressive win

Published on: 08 November 2011

By Ameenu Shardow

Berekum Chelsea coach Hans Van Der Plyum is not getting carried away by the weekend’s impressive performance of his team.

The Champions recorded a shocking 4-1 win at Wassaman in the Dutchman's first game after replacing Brit Steve Pollack whose appointment was mutually terminated following a rocky start to the season.

But the ex Heart of Lions coach who had only two-days to work with his new side though delighted by the result remains cautious in his approach.

“The players deserve all the commendation because they were very determined to win the game,” he told

“I had just two-days to work with the team which we used to psych the boys for the weekend’s game and the responded very well.

“Though I am happy with the performance, this is football and it is not always certain that you get the same result in subsequent games but we will keep working to improve match-by-match.”

Chelsea who climb to sixth in the Premier League trail current table-toppers Hearts of Oak by just five points and would have the chance to close that gap in midweek where they host new-entrants, Tema Youth.

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