Head coach for Kumasi King Faisal, Nurudeen Amadu insists stability is coming into the defense of his side after the narrow defeat to their city-rivals, Kumasi Asante Kotoko
The gaffer is yet to work on his attackers who are struggling to deal with the final production upfront.
King Faisal have suffered four defeats in row, having lost to their regional-rivals Ashantigold, Aduana Stars, Medeama SC before the 1-0 defeat to their city-rivals Asante Kotoko at their own backyard.
In spite of the defeat to the Porcupines coach Nurudeen believes his defense is getting back to their initial performance they demonstrated at the birth of the season unlike the attacking role.
Speaking in a post match interview after Sunday’s Kumasi Derby, coach Nurudeen explained;
“I think is not bad today because today we have not conceded, if you look at our previous matches we’ve been conceding. Even the match against Medeama, it was a controversial penalty if you get the chance to watch again so I think stability is coming in our defense. We now have to focus on the attack.”
The Inshallah Boys will host Berekum Chelsea at the Kumasi Baba Yara Sports Stadium in an outstanding game of the GPL on Thursday before the journey to Elmina to square off against the Sharks.