King Faisal head coach Andy Sinason has said that he is ready to prove his worth for the club despite their difficult start to the campaign.
The Isha Allay boys went down 3-0 in the first half but staged a massive comeback in the second half to pick all three points against Berekum Chelsea at the Techiman Ohene Ameyaw Park in matchday 11 of the Ghana Premier League on Saturday.
The Berekum based club went to recess with a 3-0 lead courtesy Stephen Amankona Paul Attah Adjei’s brace.
But Boateng Frimpong and Kwame Peprah’s hat-trick settled the encounter for the Kumasi based club.
Speaking after his maiden win, the former Elmina Sharks coach reveals a readiness to prove his worth for the club.
“I told you from the beginning that we are going to win this game and I have told you previously that the way King Faisal create chances, if we start scoring we will score many goals and today it has indicated”
‘I’m vindicated that we scored four goals and clearly that tells you we are coming up and I’m happy”
“I was down 3-0 but we didn’t lose hope because we were playing particular tactics and in the second half I changed the tactics and it works to perfection”
“All that I can say is I thank my players, management and thank everybody of King Faisal. I’m really going to prove to them that Andy Sinason is capable” he said.
King Faisal are 16th on the table with 10 points.