Prince Atta Antwi insists Real Tamale United “need to adapt and work hard” after a late penalty from David Abagna ensured the Premier League returnees were held to a 1-1 draw by Great Olympics.
Former Wa All Stars youngster, Abagna, levelled from the spot in the 88th minute, cancelling out Jonas Asamoah’s goal in a match which Prince believed they deserved to have won.
In an interaction with sports24online.com, the former Mighty Royals Dynamo said RTU deserved the three points with the performances his colleagues put up on Sunday. “It feels very unfair at this moment in time and very frustrating, but you’ve got to move on and get on with it,”.
“We just need to adapt and give everything for the games coming up. We wanted the three points for our fans who came in their numbers but only got one, however we will prepare well for Legon Cities on Saturday ” Prince told sports24online.com.
Coach Shaibu Ibrahim Tanko and his boys returned to training on Tuesday as they plan to pick their first win of the campaign against Legon Cities. The Director of Sports at the University For Development Studies UDS said he will build a team that will be difficult to beat.
“We feel like we are building something. Each game throws up different challenges and it’s not easy to pick up points in the Premier League but if we maintain the consistency of performances, the results will come”
Coach Tanko saids his plans has always be to win games and is counting on the hard work at training to produce results in subsequent matches.
By: Sey Mubarick