Great Olympics coach Koffie laments team’s lack of killer instincts

Great Olympics coach Prince Koffie says his team’s lack of goal poachers is their Achilles heel and is calling for reinforcements in that department.

The Wonder Club are yet to score a goal in the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League after two matches.

After last Sunday’s 1-0 defeat to Aduana Stars at thec, Koffie said:

”It was a nice, highly uncompromising game full of exchanges but I think we were the better side.

”We played better than Aduana and dominated three-thirds of the pitch. We had some decent chances we should have buried but unfortunately couldn’t find the back of the net. That was why we lost.

”We are going back to the drawing board. We are humans and as humans, obviously, we make mistakes. You saw how the goal came about; it was a mistake; loss of concentration.  I’m still watching the psyche of the players to get them to believe that they can do it.

”When we go back, I will talk to them; tell them it is not over until it is all over. I will take them through the usual preparation, the physical, technical, tactical and psychological criteria of football as I have been doing this short period I arrived. I believe that if we keep pushing and we talk to them and also beef up our upfront with experienced players we can go on and deliver.”

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