Ebusua Dwarfs have expressed huge pleasure at the relationship that has existed between new coach J.E. Sarpong and the players since he took over last week.
The former Aduana and Liberty coach has been handed the responsibility of saving the team from the drop as they lie 16th on the league log with 17 points and the club is satisfied with his dealings with the players especially those he knows from his time at other clubs.
“We have a number of players that he has worked with already and that has made things easy for everybody.
The players are responding to him well and he has even started to bond with them and get them to feel more confident”, said Paul Adjetey Djanie, the club’s spokesperson in an interview with Citi Sports on Tuesday.
He continued: ” When we played with Medeama, he went to the dressing room to speak with the guys before the second half and it was fantastic.
He has already tried to motivate them ahead of the Wa All Stars match on Wednesday in Wa.”
Dwarfs face a difficult encounter in Wa as part of their bid to stay up, but Djanie indicated understanding the challenge of survival was the reasoning behind Sarpong’s appointment.
“He is very experienced in these matters and he knows what we must do to make it.
It was important to have him with us for the rest of the season, especially as we are desperate to retain our league status.”
Dwarfs will take on Amidaus and King Faisal in their next two matches after Wednesday’s tie at Wa All Stars and they will hope to gain points to help their relegation battle at the bottom of the league table.
By: Nathan Quao/citifmonline.com/Ghana