Chief Executive Officer of Aduana Stars Albert Commey is defiant of his side's chances of clinching this season's Ghana Premier League title.
The Ogya Boys got their league title ambitions back on track on Sunday after losing to Wa All Stars in midweek by defeating Ebusua Dwarfs 2-0 in week 23 at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park to close the gap on leaders WAFA.
WAFA have a game in hand over Aduana in the run-in to the title, with seven games to end the campaign.
Despite WAFA's one game advantage, Commey believes his outfit still have a chance of annexing the title.
“We are not out of the title challenge just because we lost to Wa All Stars. WAFA has an advantage now with their lead but we will match them to the end of the campaign,” Commey said.
“The team need to win the rest of their six matches and then stand a chance of winning the title, which I believe, is more than over.”It is always difficult when you have to travel week in and out to play midweek and weekend games and I know that is really affecting the club,” he noted.
“It is always difficult when you have to travel week in and out to play midweek and weekend games and I know that is really affecting the club,” he noted.