Ghana's Chibsah explains Frosinone's poor start to Italian Serie A

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The Ghana international speaks on his club's performance in the Italian topflight

Frosinone midfielder Yussif Raman Chibsah has shed light on the club's disappointing start to the Italian Serie A this season. 

Trapped in the relegation zone, The Canaries currently sit second from bottom on the table, having won only one of 11 games played thus far. 

Moreno Longo's outfit, however, seem to be turning a corner, having drawn with Empoli on matchday nine, beat SPAL 3-0 on the road for their only win and held Parma to a goalless away draw in their last match on Sunday. 

“We’ve been putting on good performance for five games now which shows we are a solid team and can improve more," Chibsah told Ghana Crusader

“We have to only continue to work harder and try to correct certain mistakes to ensure we improve more on our games.

"We shouldn’t be looking at the league table now we should think game after game for now.

“This summer the club made 16 new signings and we knew we could encounter some challenges in the early part of the season.

"The new guys needed time to get use to the system and as well be a solid team."

Chibsah has been a key part of Frosinone's campaign. 

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Until the Parma clash, in which he was substituted in the 70th minute, the 25-year-old had lasted for the entire duration of all 10 matches played. 

He netted his first and only season goal in the 3-0 triumph over SPAL. 

The Canaries will be hoping to register their second win when they host Fiorentina on Friday.