Medeama coach Samuel Boadu is refusing to press the panic button following his side’s unflattering start to the season.
The Mauve and Yellow are still with just a win in seven matches after their latest defeat at West African Football Academy.
The visitors put up a spirited performance in their 5-4 defeat at Sogakope in the Premier League on Sunday.
But coach Samuel Boadu is refusing to cave in.
“We are very disappointed for conceding five goals but we also showed massive resilience to ensure we left here with our heads high,” he said
“Things are not going according to plan at the moment but we’ll keep trying and hopefully we will start getting the desired results.
“We have to go back to the drawing board to correct our mistakes. Its early days yet and we have to keep working hard.”
Medeama host Aduana Stars in an explosive fixture on match day-8 of the Ghana Premier League this weekend.