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Kumasi battle: Iroha, Eguma optimistic of victory

Stories By Ime Bassey
The Black Meteors of Ghana will tomorrow host Nigeria’s U-23 Eagles tutored by Austin Eguavoen, two of his assistant coaches, former Eagles’ defender Ben Iroha and Dolphins Chief Coach, Stanley Eguma has stated that the Dream Team V will approach the game with pace from the blast of the whistle.

In a separate interviews with Saturday Vanguard Sports, they both opined that the team will qualify for the All African Games.
Iroha said: “We are going to contain them knowing that we cannot play against them and not score. By God’s grace we will score in Kumasi. We will attack them till we get a goal; we will overcome them with our pace.

On his part, the Dolphins Chief Coach, Stanley Eguma said, “We will attack them with the mind of getting goals. If they could score here, we too will score in Ghana. I know it will be a tough game, but I want to assure you that at the end of the encounter, we will carry the day,” Eguma said.

“We have fortified the team and blended them better with quality training. We are going to Ghana with the sole aim of victory. We can’t allow our 3-1 effort to be in vain as we are equal to the task.

“We have seen their attacking power most especially, that of Dominic Adiya, we worked out a perfect cage for him in Ghana,” answered Eguma in view of the technical crew’s plans to contain the Ghanaians in Kumasi even as they have  invited more professionals for the tie.


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