By Ameenu Shardow
All Stars’ Chief Executive Samuel Oduro-Nyarko believes his team has turned the tide following their stuttering start to the season.
The Wa-based side suffered a shocking opening day defeat at home to Aduana Stars.
The Blues however produced perhaps the most sensational result so far in the Ghanaian top flight with a 2-1 win over Hearts of Oak in midweek.
The win over Hearts came off the heels of two successive draws for coach Nuru Mohammed’s side.
This gives Oduro-Nyarko the strongest conviction the team is back to winning ways and will continue unabated.
“Our performance is going to continue,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“We are back to our winning ways and it’s going to continue.
“We didn’t start well with that home defeat to Aduana Stars but we have since gone unbeaten and I believe we will continue in the same vein.”
All Stars will look to extend their unbeaten run when Tema Youth comes visiting on Sunday at the Wa Park.