Striker Prince Opoku Agyemang claims the Mauves and Yellow are the currently best club in the ongoing Ghana Premier League considering the materials at their disposal.
Medeama SC currently leads the Ghana Premier League standings with 36 points after beating Asante Kotoko last Saturday at the Obuasi Len Clay stadium.
Opoku, Black Stars B striker canceled captain Emmanuel Gyamfi’s strike before midfielder Richard Boadu grabbed the match-winner for the Tarkwa-based club.
Prince in an exclusive interview with KUMASI FM said “Undoubtedly, we have the best midfielders in Ghana, there’s no doubt about that“
He added that: ‘’The inclusion of the new signings such Amed Toure, Zakaria Mumuni and myself have boosted the confidence of the old players.
“I don’t think any club can compete us in terms of field of play this season. Our team cohesion works perfectly from goalkeeping department to attack.
“Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak though are doing well, to be honest, currently, the Tarkwa based Club is the best club in the country.” he concluded.
The striker who rejoined Medeama after completing his loan spell in South Africa with Cape Town City FC further noted that his team is good enough to compete in the African inter-club competition should the forme FA Cup winners clinch the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.
“It seems clubs representing Ghana in African club competitions are forced to go into the competitions just to make the numbers for the country without being equipped with the requisite measures put in place,”
“Consistency has not been a mark for Ashantigold and Kotoko in Africa as there has been constant hiccups in their performances.” Medeama can compete solidly in the Africa competitions and represent Ghana well as we have played ourselves for years.
“Medeama can make great history if we win the Ghana Premier League and represent Ghana in the Caf Champions League. It is important to keep your team in its entirety together if you want to excel in Africa.
“Medeama have proven that they have enough materials. Immediately we top the league last season, we encountered problems which blocked our chance to compete in Africa but we are ready this time.
“If we ensure continuity and consistency, Medeama will be ready to mount proper assault on the continental title for three years and possibly win it.”