Aduana Stars caretaker coach Paul Tandoh has heaped praises on the team for a positive start to the Ghana Premier League season after the side secured three successive wins, Ghanasoccernet reported.
"It's tactics. The team's philosophy is working. Tactically, the players are following and playing to instructions and what I have told them to do," he said.
However, Tandoh admitted that the players allowed themselves to be comfortable in the second half of the game because they felt they were good after going a goal up, which resulted in the side conceding a goal against King Faisal.
Coach Tandoh was speaking in a post-match interview at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Sports Stadium in Dormaa-Ahenkro.
"Even though we won by 2-1, we lost the game, because the result was not good for us, and we never wanted to concede a goal at home in the first 10 matches," he added.
"We will go back and work to psyche the boys up for the next game against Techiman Eleven Wonders. Hopefully, there's no doubt that we can only promise three points."
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