The Yellow and Mauves boss speaks on their performance in the topflight after matchday two
Medeama are not getting lost in the moment following their fine start to the Ghana Premier League season, coach Samuel Boadu has stated.
The Yellow and Mauves are enjoying a good start to the championship, having won both games played thus far.
They opened the campaign with a 3-1 away triumph over Ebusua Dwarfs before handing Hearts of Oak a 3-0 thrashing on Sunday.
“We are happy to this point. But there is a lot of work to be done,” Boadu told the club’s official website.
“Nobody is getting carried away at all.
“There are many tough games ahead and we have to keep the positive mentality.
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“We know how tough the Premier League is, we know how football can change, so we are very much focused on the next match.”
Medeama sit top of the table ahead of matchday three, tied on points with Aduana Stars, Dreams FC, Ashanti Gold, Asante Kotoko and Wafa.
The Yellow and Mauves next face Liberty Professionals in their next game, the latter having drawn all two matches played thus far.