Medeama head coach Samuel Boadu says the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League title was not far from his club before the season was halted following the outbreak of the Coronavirus-19.
The two-times MTN FA Cup winners were second on the league table with 27 joints just a point behind table toppers Aduana Stars. However, the season was suspended on March 16 after the deadly Covid-19 forced the suspesnion of several other sporting competitions and tournaments in the world.
“Considering our peak and our energetic young players we were surely going for the title. We possessed the ball more in our games and so if you look at our numbers we are a team that score lot of goals.” Samuel Boadu told Wontumi Radio on Monday.
“Should the greenlight be given for the resumption of the league we (Medeama) are ready to go all out for the title. We had targeted to pick at least five points from our next 3 crucial away games at Kotoko, Accra Hearts of Oak and Asahntigold. This is the analysis we did if we really could win the league ” he added.
Meanwhile the future of the current campaign in still unknown as the Ghana FA still awaits government’s directives whether football competitions in the country can resume or otherwise.