Sports activities News of Friday, 5 February 2021
Ghanaian striker, Samuel Tetteh thinks the West African Soccer Academy (WAFA) can earn the Ghana Premier League if they continue being regular in winning video games.
WAFA, known for nurturing some of the best skills in the state, have struggled to get the league considering the fact that its development in 1998.
Previously acknowledged as Feyenoord, WAFA is the agony of many football golf equipment who pay a visit to their household grounds at Sogakope.
Regardless of displaying great competition for the league title, the club constantly struggles to retain a stage of regularity in the wins thanks to the team’s strategy of delivery gamers out of the place.
Samuel Tetteh, who is a product of the workforce, has disclosed that for WAFA to earn the league, they need to make successful game titles a regular matter.
“It’s not easy, the expertise is there previously but you have to work tricky due to the fact talent is not ample,” Tetteh told Muftawu Nabila in an interview including, “in the league, I think they have to be constant in the away online games.”
Questioned if he ever experienced feelings of successful the league title with the club, the previous POAK striker explained, “It was the strategy or the aspiration but it did not come about that way. It was my to start with time in the Premier League but it did not happen as I preferred.