Hasaacas FC showed great resilience in coming from behind twice to steal a point in a 2–2 draw against Future Stars’ impressive side to mark a run of two successive draws.
Before then, Hasaacas FC picked 1–0 and 2–0 wins against Villa Afrique and Givova Sporting Academy and a 1–1 Aboadzeman FC.
Obed Asamoah Ackah scored all of Hasaacas’s four goals in the initial three games and against Future Stars, Alex Ackon and Paul Aidoo got the goals.
The Giants have been paired in Group B of Zone One among a host of seven other outstanding teams largely revered as the toughest group in all of the zones. Bis Paradise Sporting Club, Twin City Football Club, Aboadzeman Football Club, Givova Sporting Academy, Villa Afrique Football Club and Future Stars are what influenced the masses to term this group as the toughest there is.
With three more games to end the first round of the Western Regional Football Association’s Division Two League; Future Stars, Bis Paradise and Hasaacas FC are tied on eight points each, but Bis Paradise based on superior goal advantage sit atop the two.
Before the appointment of Coach Alex Arhin, a License B holder and Teacher at Fijai Senior High School, Technical Director of the Club Coach Yussif Basigi and Player -Coach Theophilus Nan Awortwe supervised the first two wins against Villa Afrique and Givova Sporting Academy.
Coach Alex Arhin asked for patience from the teaming supporters as he begins to have his impact on the team – “I implore the fans to be more forgiving and exercise patience, this is a young team and with time we would get to know each other” – he spoke to the media after the 2 – 2 draw.
Hasaacas will host Twin City FC on Saturday, February 4, 2023 at the Essikado Astroturf and the quest to bounce back to winning ways seems to be sitting up in all the discussions.