Medeama SC train in Tanzania ahead of Young Africans clash on Wednesday

Medeama Sporting Club have had the chance to train in Tanzania today ahead of the crucial game against Young Africans in the CAF Champions League.

The Ghanaian Champions after arriving in Tanzania on Sunday were supposed to have a training session on Monday but couldn’t due to the unavailability of the assigned facility.

Today, that issue has been resolved with head coach Augustine Evans Adotey leading the team to train to finalise preparations for Young Africans encounter.

Speaking ahead of the game tomorrow, Medeama SC gaffer Augustine Evans Adotey has assured that his team is prepared for the challenge.

“Psychologically, we’re prepared because like I said earlier, I need to be cautious. A win or a draw tomorrow will see my team marching forward. A defeat will bring the morale of my team down. Four out of nine points, I need a win or a draw to keep going because the next game against Al Ahly is also a very difficult task. My boys are psyched and we’re ready for the battle tomorrow. The field will decide tomorrow at the end of the day.

“Regarding the approach, I am going into this game with one and two game plans. If plan A is working, I will keep going forward. If the plan A is not working, quickly I have to shift to plan B. And I have all these plans under my sleeves,” Coach Adotey said.

The game between Young Africans and Medeama SC in the CAF Champions League will kick off at 13:00 GMT tomorrow.

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