By James K. Attaglo Wilson| email@example.com
Aduana Stars head coach W.O Tandoh has intimated that the ‘Ogya Boys’ would have beaten Great Olympics to pulp if there was enough time left in their matchday 2 game played at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday.
Speaking to the media at the post match press briefing the experience tactician said they were tactically superior than the wonder club [Olympics] and would have given them an avalanche of goals, but were saved by time.
“Tactically we were stronger than Olympics because they did not even know that they were going to play in the league [premier] and the y were brought on board.
“You notice that they quickly made some signings and these are wonderful players, experience players who on a good day can do whatever they want to do with the ball, but they did not have the strength to continue.
According to coach W.O Tandoh the advice from their scouts influenced his game plan and worked perfectly for them as well:
“We took the advice from our scouts who monitored them in their game against AshantiGold SC so we decided to keep the ball to ourselves and you saw what happened.
“In the second half we decided not to come at all!
“Let them exhaust the little strength that they have and we show them that we are stronger than them.
“Tactically, we brought on the energetic guy [Nathan Kwasi Richard] and finished the game for us.
“They were lucky, if there was enough time left we could have killed them.
The former CAF Champions League campaigners – Aduana Stars have won all their two matches, scoring the highest number of goals on matchday 1 against Inter Allies.