Distressed Star Madrid FC coach Michael Osei hints to sack inferior players Featured
17 May

Distressed Star Madrid FC coach Michael Osei hints to sack inferior players

Star Madrid FC trainer Micheal Osei has hinted to sack non-performing players at the club following their 1-3 loss to Asokwa Deportivo in the 2017/18 National Division One League.

The Madridsters loss to the Asokwa-based club after taking the lead in just forty-five seconds of the clash.

The robust club have 14 points in their 11 matches played in Zone two, leaving them 10th on the league table.

Star Madrid have progressed to the round 64 of the FA cup but struggling to convey into their league matches.

Nonetheless, the unhappy head coach Micheal Osei, who trained under Liverpool's manager Jurgen Klopp, has hinted to get rid of unperformed players at the club.

"I think it was luck of concentration and confidence. I was surprise my players displayed such poor performance after taking the lead," Michael told Kickgh.com.

"In fact, am distressed about the result. We shouldn't have conceded such goals. But its part of football. We came into the game in the second half but it was too late," the former Kotoko coach added.

He continued "It's a new team we're building, so I don't want to put much pressure on the players. I hope the players will improve in our subsequent matches."

When asked about recruiting new players, Micheal Osei said "Yeah! yeah!! yeah!!!, I will strengthen my team. I picked the players on a rush because there wasn't much time for me. Also, only twenty-six players was registered. Am in the process of signing new players."

Micheal's charges will face premier league side Ebusua Dwarfs in the FA cup after eliminating Proud United in the preliminary round.

Star Madrid FC was founded this year by millionaire Nana Appiah Mensah after he renamed Rainbow FC.

 

By: Augustus Opoku

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