By Patrick Akoto
Medeama president Moses Armah believes it is too soon for fans to panic following their nightmarish start to the season.
With new Board of Directors and a strengthened squad, the Mauve and Yellows were hotly tipped to challenge for the crown this term.
But so far they have only shown flashes of their potential as they have drawn five times, won once and lost once.
To make matter worse, Dutch coach Hans Vander Pluijm resigned from his post just a day before their Premier League home date against Amidaus Professionals.
There is a massive sense of depression in Tarkwa but Moses Armah says there is no need to hit the panic button and believes they will soon turn their fortunes around.
“There is pressure everywhere but we have to get into the habit of winning games,” Armah told the club’s official website.
“There is no need to panic. The guys are under pressure but we all want to be successful and it’s just a confidence thing at the moment.
“We need to get a win on board as soon as possible and then we can build on that.
“We have played only seven games so far and so the fans should not get overly worried.
“Good times are ahead and Medeama will bounce back in style.”
The FA Cup holders host Amidaus Professionals on Wednesday hoping to record their first win of the season.