Aduana coach believes his side could have left Accra with the spoils if his charges had protected their lead on SundayThe tactical brain of Aduana Stars coach Kwabena Ameyaw has warned his players to avoid complacency if they are to annex the 2012-13 Ghana Premier League title.
According to the coach, he has a good team that is capable of winning the league title for the second time in four years and urged his boys to gather more momentum.
“Today [Sunday] against Hearts of Oak, my boys thought it was all over after taking the lead, they relaxed a bit making Hearts to equalise which is not good,” Ameyaw told Goal.com Ghana.
“The performance was good but I am not pleased that they allowed Hearts to equalise. We could have pressed the accelerator.”
Coach Ameyaw further hinted that it will be very difficult for any team to beat them at home this season and they will also do well to collect more points away.