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Coaches of Dvision Two clubs in Wa urged to improve on their craft

Thu, 26 Jan 2023 Source: Ilyaas Al-Hasan

Football-loving fans with passion for their clubs would go every lenth to see their teams succeed especially in developed jurisdictions.

In Ghana, the contributions of fans to the growth of their clubs is almost non-existent yet would always want a voice in decision-making of the clubs particularly with the Premier League teams.

As for the attitude of fans of lower-tier teams, the least said about them the better.

Soccer fans in the Upper West Region are no exception.

The Division Two League in the region has just done with its week 1 fixture with interesting results from all the centres.

However, there're some observations that have been brought to the fore by some sports journalists with Home Radio, a local radio station in Wa.

Speaking on the editorial section of the station's sports programme Thursday, January 26, 2023, the host, Osman Pelpuo and Adil Fuseini made some claims against fans of some of the clubs.

According to them, some fans who throng to the training grounds of their clubs end up running riots in drinking the water meant for the players when they do not make any contributions in purchasing same or anything to the club.

Hilariously, the sports pundits also claimed some of the fans even sometimes go to the extent of showing their preference for bottled water in stead of sachet water in making the request for the water.

They indicated the complain come from the affected clubs and therefore called on the said fans to desist from the act and make sure they take their own drinking water whenever they are going to the training grounds.

Usman Pelpuo also expressed worry about the failure of football fans in the region to endlessly support their teams till the 90th-minute even when they're trailing against the away side.

He noted that fans often have the tendency to leave a match midway when their teams are trailing especially by two goals.

The pundits also urged the technical teams of the Division Two clubs to improve upon the coaching of their teams to offer the spectatoring public and fans good exciting football.

According to them, most of the matches played are breft of flair, good passing football and cohesion to exhibit high technical abilities of the players. They say all the matches exhibit is aggressive and patternless play.

Source: Ilyaas Al-Hasan