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There is still more room for improvement - Aduana Stars coach Asare Bediako Featured

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Aduana Stars gaffer, Asare Bediako believe they still have a lot to do to improve their performance subsequently despite their slim win over Legon Cities FC last Friday.

 

The 'Ogya' outfit recorded a narrow 1-0 victory over the Royals at the Accra Sports Stadium in match-week 5 thanks to Yahaya Mohammed thunderbolt free kick in the first half.

Coach Asare Bediako's men started the season on a lower note but looks like they are gradually picking up their pieces having recorded consecutive wins in their last two matches.
 
Speaking to Africa-Foot after the game, the ex- Hearts of Oak deputy coach, believe they still have to produce an upgrade of their previous performance going forward since he's got some couple of new players in his team but is very optimistic they will settle very well in the season very soon. He said; 
 
"There is still more room for improvement, you know we have new players about five of them.
 
“So putting them together with the old players is not easy. You can’t just put them [new players] aside and use the old players and you can’t just drop the old players and pave way for the new boys.
 
"You have to take your time and put them together before they can gel so there is still more room for improvement."
 
Aduana Stars will host WAFA at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Stadium in the next round of matches in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
 

By: Iddriss Abdul Rahim

 
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