Accra Joseph Badger Immigration Ladies’ Coach, has praised his team for picking a point against Hassacas Ladies in match-day two of the National Women’s Premier league played over the weekend.
The match played at the McDan La Town Park in Accra saw Immigration Ladies held Hassaacas to a goalless draw.
This, the Coach believes was a splendid performance and he told the GNA Sports, “My team did well against Hassacas. They are a big team in the competition with an experienced CoachYussif Basigi in charge, so picking a point against them was good. I think my girls have done very well.
“We even had some injury challenges in the team but on a whole, I think my players did well for holding them.
“It was a good game. Some teams play at home and lose so for us to pick a point from this game is manageable. We would correct our mistakes going into the next match” he noted.
He however slammed Referee Seraphine Anyinam’s performance, though he was a bit hesitant.
He said, “I don’t normally criticise referees but the officiating was not the best. I leave that to the Match Commissioner when she files her report”.
Immigration Ladies would travel to face Ladystrikers in match-day three, and the coach has set his sights on amassing all points. “We are going for the ultimate which is win. That is the target for now,” he said.
The draw gives Immigration ladies a point after losing to Berry Ladies in the opening match.
Source: Ghana News Agency