Coach Samuel Boadu has been reflecting on the side’s 1-0 win over Hearts of Oak, insisting he intends to keep everyone at the club firmly grounded.
A second-half goal from Justice Blay powered Medeama to a 1-0 win over Accra Hearts of Oak in the Ghana Premier League.
The two giants locked horns at the Akoon Park in Tarkwa yesterday for a clash on matchday 12 of the ongoing season.
It’s been a slow start for the two-time FA Cup winners who have moved 9th position on the Premier League table after twelve matches.
But coach Samuel Boadu says he is not getting carried by the side’s impressive performance yesterday.
“We are happy to this point. But there is a lot of work to be done,” he told the media during a post match interview.
“Nobody is getting carried away at all. There are many tough games ahead and we have to keep the positive mentality.
“We know how tough the Premier League is, we know how football can change, so we are very much focused on the next match.”
According to the gaffer, he said the only motivation for them was to win the game to honour the Club President on his birthday.
“This match was a must-win because our bankroller was celebrating his birthday and we wanted to win for him. Its, unfortunately, our performances have been inconsistent this season but this win will surge us on. From now going things will change”, Samuel Boadu concluded.
Medeama will travel to Techiman to face King Faisal in their next Premier League game at the Ohene Ameyaw Park on Tuesday.