The two in an interview with our media team reiterated the need to stay focus and get the job done, but not to underrate our Sunday, February 24 opponents.
Rail Stars in the previous two outings have secured 2-0 and 2-1 wins against Skyy FC and Proud United – unbeaten in 2019.
The Essikado based side will play as the host on Sunday, at exactly 3:00pm when both teams ready themselves on the Gyandu Park field.
Boadi has powered in 2 goals in our last four friendlies revealed how nice and happy he’s to play Rail Stars on Sunday, but was quick to add that the Rail Boys are not a side you easily brush aside.
“It’ll be a nice game, I’m very happy to be meeting my former club. We won’t look down on anyone. Though they are a second Division side, they are very good and when you underrate them, you do so at your own peril. They have really rehearsed a pattern and have mastered it” – Ebenezer Boadi.
Not only that, Philip Flamini, who’s the third player aside, Ebenezer Boadi and William Enchil to have joined Hasmal as former Rail Stars players furnished as with tactics and what we could be facing on Sunday.
“Rail Stars is a stubborn side, so if you underrate them, they’ll shock you. The like the flanks-play, most at time, rely on pace.
They are a very good side, we shouldn’t underrate them, they have good players. It’s more like a league game to me, because I know certain players personally and they can surprise you if you do” – Philip Flamini.