Aduana Stars defender, Farouk Adams has revealed his side’s struggles in the ongoing Ghana Premier League is a test from God.
Tipped as favourites to clinch their third Ghanaian top flight title, Aduana Stars have flattered to deceive in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League mustering two draws and two losses in four outings.
The unexpected results have been predominantly caused by the strangely blunt attack of the Ogya Lads with Yahaya Mohammed scoring more than 85 per cent of the total goals scored by the Dormaa based club.
According to defender Farouk Adams, Aduana Stars struggles I a test from God and deem their game against the oldest exisiting football club in the country, Hearts of Oak as a turning point.
“We’ve been struggling in our last four games but we consider it as part of life and also a test from God. We the players have already spoken to ourselves that the Hearts of Oak game is a must-win for us because winning this game will take us to the 6th position on the league log” Adams told Kumasi based OTEC FM
“Hearts winning 3-0 against Dreams FC doesn’t mean they can beat Aduana Stars. We will do all we can to put smiles on the faces of our fans” he ended.
Aduana will play host to the resurgent capital-based giants in an outstanding league game this afternoon.