MOSES ARMAH PARKER

Moses Parker Refuses to Blame his Players after Losing to Wa All Stars

MOSES ARMAH PARKER

MOSES ARMAH PARKER

Medeama SC suffered their third successive defeat in the Ghana Premier League after going down 1-0 at Wa All Stars in their last outstanding fixture on Wednesday but the President of the club, Moses Armah has refused to blame his players for losing all their three outstanding matches.

Richard Arthur’s 77th well-curled free kick was all that All Stars needed to separate the two sides.

The home side enjoyed the chunk of possession in the first half but failed to score.

Striker Richard Arthur broke the resilience of the visitors with a well-taken free kick 13 minutes from time.

The defeat will be depressing for the Yellow and Mauves, who have blew their chance of toppling Hearts at the top of the table.

The Tarkwa-based side have lost their three outstanding games against Aduana Stars, Techiman City and Wa All Stars.

However, they remain 6th on the table with All Stars moving up to third on the table, just a point behind leaders Hearts.

Speaking to Asempa Sports after their painful defeat, Parker said, “In football it is win, lose and draw. With the results I will take it normal but we must concentrate.

“I know that we have the best quality of players and they are playing good football so I will not blame the players for losing to Wa All Stars.

“We will concentrate on our remaining matches and we will sure that the players are strong but with all the challenges we are having, I think it is good for us because it will boost their confidence to play in Africa so I will say let stay focus and move on.

He continued, “We are advocating for a good football in Ghana but it sometimes surprising how some referees behaves but we will always remain mute and concentrate on our matches.

“For me, it is strengthening the players because before our match against Techiman City, they made up their mind not to go and play that match but I told them that they should go and play the match because they are working.” Parker added.

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