Black Stars B Goal keepers trainer Issah Najahu has expressed his satisfaction with the 2-2 scoreline recorded by his side in the opening tie of their 2018 CHAN qualifier. The confident speaking tactician believes the two goal advantage for the Ghanaian side will spur them to evict their Burkinabe counterpart over the weekends.
Goals from Saddick Adams and Gideon Waja forced a 2-2 first leg in Ouagadougou ahead of their second leg clash in Kumasi.
The goal keepers trainer for the gallant Black Stars B, Issah Najahu, however believes his charges deserved more than the two goals scored and that with some fine tuning in the week, Ghanaian will see a new face in the team.
Speaking to www.ghanacrusader.com ahead of the return leg, Issah Najahu was bullish of his side’s chances of progressing.
“We didn’t get what we really deserved per how we played in Ouagadougou. We could have scored more than just two goals but that is the nature of football. You sometimes don’t get what you deserve in the game.
“The return leg comes over this weekends in Ghana and we are going to put some finishing touches to the lose ends we spotted and go for the kill. Hopefully we will find our scoring boot on the match day”, Issah Najahu told Ghana Crusader exclusively.
The Wa All Stars goal keepers trainer has been instrumental in the upbringing of several goal keepers in the land led by Richard Ofori, Mutawakillu Seidu, Robert Dabuo , Lawrence Atti Ziggi and several other goal keepers.