Medeama head coach, Augustine Evans Adotey, has attributed their defeat against Aduana to the absence of some key players.
The defending champions were beaten 2-0 at the Nana Agyeman Badu Park on Sunday, with goals from Bright Adjei and Gabriel Akwasi Mensa in the Ghana Premier League matchweek two game.
Speaking to the media, Adotey said, “We missed Sowah, Fatawu, and Kojo Amoako. Looking at the lineup, we fielded three youngsters in the game.
“In fact, if they can convince me, why not bring them on board in the return encounter?”
Adotey added that his side will put the defeat behind them and prepare for the reverse fixture of the CAF Champions League game against Horoya on Saturday.
“I will not say the physicality affected us because it was a game of equal. Well, we lost, I will accept the defeat. We need to go back and prepare for the African campaign,” he added.
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