The 1:0 defeat to Swedru All Blacks isn’t a fair reflection of what truly happened on the field of play, as missed opportunities and a mistake in the first half caused us missing out on a vital away point/points.
Swedru All Black extended their fine form at home following a Mumuni Ibrahim solitary goal in the 33rd minute, after a poor clearance from John Koomson was ably chanced on by the home side.
Yet, there were lot of positives to draw out of the performance of Hasmal who impressed even fans of the home side.
Gideon Seidu Kumordzie won the heart of the All Blacks fans, as his name will be etched on the minds of many and will be the central theme in every table of discussion following his impressive display in the midfield supported by Joseph Dinku.
Center Back Patrick Eshun stalwartly commanded his lines beautifully and sometimes found himself taking care of midfield duties.
Left back Albert Adjei is another who reminded many of the competition at the left back position as Ekow Eshun and Daniel Agyin are both yet to receive first team call up after suffering knocks in our previous games.
Sekondi Hasaacas host Asokwa Deportivo at the Sekondi Sports Stadium, on Sunday, May 6.