Captain of Fearsome Elmina Sharks, Daniel Obeng Crentsil, has assured supporters of the team’s ambition of finishing in the top four was very much on course.
Speaking to Sharks Media of GN Media, the swift midfielder was optimistic that his team’s current position on the league log made their ambition very achievable.
‘’We’re very determined to push for top four this season as Dr Nduom said before the season started. We’ve improved a lot under Coach (SIC) Yaw Acheampong; we’re very difficult to beat and that makes the dream a reality. We look at the league table anytime we’re going into a match and that has been our motivation,’’ he expressed.
‘First round is not done yet and we still have Kotoko, Dwarfs and one other team to play so we’re very much concentrated on those games and we want to get as much points from those three games as possible,’ he added.
Daniel Obeng Crentsil himself is having a career high this year after scoring two and assisting with two in eleven matches. He has also picked up one man of the match award.
Elmina Sharks currently occupy the 6th position with 18 points after 11 games. The team has won four matches; drawn six with one defeat from match day one against Dreams FC.
Club President, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has set a target of top four finish for the technical handlers of the team before the season and they are very much on course to achieving that.
The Fearsome Sharks will travel to play Asante Kotoko in match day 13 of the Ghana Premier League on May 13, 2018 when the league resumes from the two- week break.
Story: Douglas AGYEMANG PREMPEH
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