Everyone connected with Sekondi Hasaacasfc has been stung by the double defeats on the road in our last two games against Samartex 1996 FC and Swedru All Blacks, but now we have to buckle up and plan on how to turn those bad days to tighten up against Asokwa Deportivo, coming Sunday, at the usual Sekondi Sports Stadium.

Ahead of kick off of that week nine encounter, we’ve taken a closer look at the numbers of the Kumasi based side ahead of the all-important game.

With four defeat on the road, Asokwa Deportivo are enduring a poor run of form on the road and are yet to pick a point outside their home venue[Baba Yara Stadium]. 9 goals have hit the back of their net and they’ve been able to slot in 3 away from their venue.

Generally, the side have secured 9 points, same as Hasmal, but lag behind with -3 goals to our superior goals advantage of -1. Conceded 12 and have scored 9.

Playing style
Coach Orlando prefers the conventional 4:3:3 formation. The former Opoku Ware School Master’s attacking game has earned him 9 goals, but he has been opened up on numerous occasions conceding 12 in the 8 games.

Ibrahim Alhassan, Gordon Brokelyn Kusi and Kwabena Kyeremanteng have 2 goals each to their credit. Our defense should be up for the danger ahead.