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Allies Technical adviser Turmus: My priority is to do it my way

16:45 GMT+3 03/05/2019
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The Turkish adviser talks about the club's underwhelming performance and is hoping for a positive change in their upcoming matches

Inter Allies technical adviser Umit Turmus hopes to see a change in their fortunes as the club continues to struggle in the ongoing Ghana Special Competition. 

After eight rounds of matches, Eleven-Is-To-One sit bottom of Zone B, having won one game, drawn two and lost five. 

Turmus was appointed ahead of Sunday's 2-0 home loss to Hearts of Oak in the Special Competition.

“We will try to do better in the next set of games we will play," Turmus said, as reported by Citinewsroom. 

"We have young and talented [players], we need time and we need to work hard. 

"The most important thing is to prepare the team my way. This is my priority.

"We will give the chance to all the players and we will play in a different way with different tactics. 

"I hope my players will understand and use what I teach them so we get much better.”

On Sunday Allies will play away to Ebusua Dwarfs, who sit only one place and one point above them on the table.