Head Coach of Medeama SC, Samuel Boadu wants his side to improve despite beating Ebusua Dwarfs in the Ghana Premier League.
Medeama recorded a 1 nil win on the road against Cape Coast-based Dwarfs on Saturday. The victory on Match week 6 was the first for the Mauves and Yellow who are seen as title contenders.
The Tarkwa based side had endured a disappointing start to the campaign after drawing 2 and losing one of the 3 previous matches before the Dwarfs encounter.
Speaking during the post-match press conference, Samuel Boadu highlighted that the clash with Dwarfs was hectic but praised his boys for their display.
He however wants them to be more deadly upfront; something he’s promised to work on and improve going forward.
“It was a very hectic game. Both teams did well tactically. My boys did well I will congratulate them because they followed the instructions that we gave to them,” Coach Boadu said.
“We created a lot of chances but we squandered them but fortunately for us, we were able to score one goal.
“We are going back to Tarkwa and I believe that in the next home match, there will be an improvement”.
Medeama will next play Liberty Professionals at the Akon Park, Tarkwa.