Medeama coach Samuel Boadu has heaped praise on third-tier side Oil City following their brave 2-1 defeat to his side in the MTN FA Cup round 64 on Sunday.
The youngsters put up some scintillating display at the Essipong stadium to win the admiration of the tactician.
Medeama coasted to a nervy 2-1 win but the performance of the youngsters have dominated the major talking points.
And coach Boadu has poured out his admiration for the talented youngsters.
“I’m not surprised at the performance of the team (Oil City). They played good football,” he said after the match
“I am not surprised at what they exhibited against us. I told my boys not to get carried away because these games can be tricky.
“I have identified about four players who can fit into my team.I can develop them within a year.
“They will go places if they keep working hard.”
Coach Samuel Boadu made 10 changes to the squad that played against Berekum Chelsea last Sunday.
The tactician opted to give those on the fringes and opportunity including two new signings Samuel Ofori and Michael Foli.
Third-choice goalkeeper Owusu Dacosta was thrown into the hat while the likes of Amos Korankye, Gideon Acquah, Richard Boadu, John Arthur and captain Joseph Tetteh Zutah.