Sampson Eduku, the prolific striker for Tamale City, has expressed the significance of their upcoming crucial league match against Medeama SC, describing it as a “make or break” fixture for the Northern Region-based club.
Tamale City must secure a victory against Medeama SC on Sunday in order to avoid relegation from the Ghanaian topflight. On the other hand, a draw for Medeama would see them clinch their first-ever league title.
Given the high stakes of the match, it is anticipated to attract the top talents of Ghanaian football and fans from across the country.
Sampson Eduku, the 27-year-old former Karela United star and key player for Tamale City, firmly believes that his team can create havoc on the field. He confidently labeled the fixture as a “make or break” game, expressing his thoughts on his official Twitter handle:
“Not the way I wanted to end the season, but we don’t give up until the final whistle. It’s a make or break game at the Akoon Community Park in our fate-deciding match with @MedeamaSC.”
Sampson Eduku currently sits third in the Ghana Premier League’s goal-scoring standings with 14 goals. Abednego Tetteh of GoldStars leads the race with 18 goals after week 33.