By Ameenu Shardow
Coach Abubakar Yusif insists he has no regrets during his time at Wassaman United despite failing to keep the club afloat in the Premier League.
Sunday’s loss to Berekum Arsenals at the Golden City Park confirmed the Tarkwa-based club as the first team to be relegated this season.
Coach Abubakar who was brought in from Medeama with the sole task of helping the team escape the drop however says he is proud at the collective effort of the team even though it wasn’t enough to keep the side that won promotion to the Premier League just last year afloat.
“I have never regretted taking up the Wassaman job even though we are obviously disappointed at the end results,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I came in in the second round when the team had only nine points and we have fought very hard since.
“Unfortunately it was not enough but I want to thank my management and players for giving their all this campaign.”
The former Hearts of Oak coach however draws some positives from the thoroughly disappointing season.
“It is a learning process, and I have learnt a lot as a coach.
“We were also able to develop some players who I think will be very good for Ghana in the future.”
Wassaman are still with a chance to win some silverware this season as they battle Tema Youth in the quarter finals of the FA Cup competition.