By Patrick Akoto
Real Tamale United coach Mohammed Gargo has admitted he is racing against time to fortify his squad ahead of the start of this season.
The Tamale-based side thrashed Unity FC in their decisive National Division One League-plays off to mark a return to the country’s top flight after just a season in the lower division.
The club is expected to get busy in the transfer market by acquiring experienced hands to aid their campaign in the upcoming season and their head trainer has admitted he needs to hit the ground running.
“We have two months or so for the league to start, meaning we have to get busy in the transfer market,” Gargo said
“There are few players we have identified and we’ll try to sign them on,”
“I am hoping we will be able to do that as soon as possible. We have played at the top level for many years and know what it entails,”
“Therefore we are not leaving no stone unturned.”
The new season kick starts on October 6.