We’re in the Ghana league to stay - Inter Allies boss Willie Klutse

The new entrants of the Ghana domestic top flight are assuring their fans that they are not going to be mere spectators, but will make an impact in their debut season
The technical director of Inter Allies FC Willie Klutse has served notice his club will make a meaningful impact in next season’s Ghana Premier League.
The Accra-based side on Monday beat Danbort FC 2-0 in their final Zone III playoff match to seal a historic Premier League promotion.
Goals from Michael Acquaye and Patrick Boateng handed the club the slot for next season.
“The feeling is great, but I wont forget the blessing that God has given us. I will thank God for blessing us with this wonderful achievement... we are not coming to make the numbers but to make an impact, when we were going to start the play offs nobody gave us the chance but we have sprung a huge surprise,” Klutse told Goal Ghana.
Inter Allies finished top of their zone with a 100 percent winning record after picking all nine points from three matches.
He added: “We are building our team with some youth and do not want to rush in promising things that we do not have control over. We are going to do well and survive the first year but in all we will sit and set a target for ourselves.”
Inter Allies have contributed two players Cliford Aboagye and Baba Mensah to the Black Satellites team that will represent Ghana at the upcoming World Youth Championships in Turkey.