Coach Samuel Boadu says he is extremely happy after watching his side picking a narrow win against Gold Stars in the Ghana Premier League on week 29.
The Phobians came into the game with seventeen players after majority of them had suffered from an unknown infection.
They earlier requested for the game to be postponed but the Ghana Football Association disagreed.
During the game former Black Stars defender Samuel Inkoom scored from the spot to snatch a lone goal victory for the Rainbows at home.
Sitting nine points clear behind the Premier League leaders Kotoko on the table and seeing an incredible five-game unbeaten streak, the Phobia boss still believes to turn things around to defend the table.
He further admitted that the fixture was tough per the problem they had but he psyched his players to go in for victory.
Speaking after the game, he stated, “Feeling great because this is a very tough game per the problem that we had. We lost some of the players due to the infection. Psychologically we came in strongly and I psyched the boys that they shouldn’t look down so they should always do their maximum best and they showed it on the field of play.” He divulged.
The next stop of Samuel Boadu’s side will be a week 30 fixture against Eleven Wonders in Techiman.
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