Soccer News of Sunday, 7 February 2016
Head coach of Sekondi Hassaca, Yusif Basigi has cautioned the remaining 15-teams in the Ghana premier league to be weary when they face his team as he’s spoilt for choice with the number of quality available for selection when the league commences on February 20.
Basigi who heads the female national team (Black Queens) believes the players signed during the recently shut window will afford the team place a reputable position than it did in the 2014/15 season.
Hassacas signed former Kumasi Asante Kotoko goal-poacher, Eric Bekoe in addition to an already exiting attacking threat and it is this that has made the soft-speaking coach much vocal in the off-season.
Yusif Basigi couldn’t hide his joy and enthusiasm going into the new season with the quality of players at his disposal.
“I am glad with the options available in attack with Eric Bekoe, Papa Ackon, Fatau Muhammed, Okocha, Kojo Poku and Joy and this will give any defense in the league headache to handle such a formidable attack,” he told sportscrusader.com.
“I can vary the formation (either a 4-4-2 or a 4-3-3) at anytime and that means teams can’t predict which formation I will implore in the game. I can play both formations based on the defense options available to the opposing team and still the aim will remain the same – win in the end,” he added.
Hasaacas travel to Wa All Stars to begin the 2015/16 GPL season.