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Aduana Stars chief Albert Commey insist title fight will go down to the wire

Published on: 16 July 2017

Chief Executive Office of Aduana Stars Albert Commey says they will fight league leaders WAFA to the final day to win the Ghana Premier League title.

The Ogya boys are second on the table just three points behind West Africa Football Academy who have a game in hand.

The former Ghana Champions missed the opportunity to close the gap when they lost to Wa All Stars in midweek but C.E.O, Albert Commey  says they are not giving up the fight for the title.

"We are not out of the title challenge just because we lost to Wa All Stars. WAFA has an advantage now with their lead but we will match them to the end of the campaign," Commey said.

"The team need to win the rest of their six matches and then stand a chance of winning the title, which I believe, is more than over.

"It is always difficult when you have to travel week in and out to play midweek and weekend games and I know that is really affecting the club," he noted.

"It is always difficult when you have to travel week in and out to play midweek and weekend games and I know that is really affecting the club," he noted.

Aduana Stars will host Ebusua Dwarfs on Sunday as they continue their pursuit for the league title.

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