By Ameenu Shardow
Midfielder Sakyi Quaye has hailed New Edubiase’s first win of the season against Tema Youth on Sunday.
Kickoff of the game played in Berkwai was delayed due to rain.
But Edubiase managed a narrow 1-0 win at the depth despite missing an opportunity to go ahead earlier through a spot kick.
One-goal hero Sakyi Quaye expressed relief after helping last season’s FA Cup winners to their first win of the campaign against a team he once played for.
“As the league started, we lost our first two games and going into this game, it was very crucial that we got a win in this third game,” Quaye said after the game.
“I’m very happy because I was playing against my former club, Tema Youth. If you saw the motivation they brought, we went into this game knowing it won’t be easy and playing was tough.
“Even before the game started it started raining. Tema Youth are also a young side and so it meant a lot of running.
“They know how to possess the ball so all the time it was difficult for us.”
Edubiase will be looking to build on their first win when they play away to King Faisal on Wednesday.