The playing body of newly promoted Ghanaian Top Flight side, Ebusua Dwarfs, has set their sight on winning their next three league games to enhance their chances of surviving in the league.
The Cape Coast based has had a rough start to life in the Ghana Premier League following their promotion from the GN Bank Division One League at the end of last season.
Dwarfs are currently bottom of the league log with 5 points, after seven rounds of matches and in their quest to bounce back from that slump; the playing body have set a target of three straight wins to start with.
In an exclusive interview with SportsCrusader.com on Thursday, Public Relations Officer of the club, Mr. Paul Adjetey revealed that Dwarfs’ players are not happy with the club’s position on the log and have set a three game target.
“Interestingly, after our match in Wa, there was an emergency meeting because of an experience we had. We had a break down and we had to stay in Bole. There was an immediate meeting between the playing body, technical team and management”, he said.
“And I can assure you that the boys are committed and they are saying Operation nine points. They are desirous and determined to collect the nine points at stake in our next three matches.
“Playing Techiman City at home, playing WAFA in Sogakope and playing Ashgold in Cape Coast. And we as management are putting everything together and we will give them the necessary support and everything that will make them achieve their target”, Paul Adjetey added.