Mr. Oduro Nyarko, Chief Executive Officer of Wa All Stars, has said they are determined to change the dwindling fortunes of the club in the ongoing Ghana Premier League (GPL), after difficulties in the last 11 matches of the season.
The former GPL champions are currently at the bottom of the 2017/18 table and have been tipped by many pundits to suffer the drop at the end of the season, considering their abysmal campaign so far.
The Wa-based side has accumulated seven points from 11 matches, resulting in their worst start since they got promoted into the GPL in 2007.
But Oduro who is one of the experienced administrators on the local scene, believes they have enough time to put things in place as they look to rejuvenate the side for a better performance.
”I urge the supporters to stand by the team and never relent because we shall bounce back. What we are trying to do now is to revamp the team and give more energy to them, so that we can perform better especially in the second round,” he told GNA Sports.
He added. ”We are fortunate that the second widow has opened and we’re getting new players who would help push the team forward and very soon we would get back to winning ways
Wa All Stars has been handed respite as the league is on temporal break, whilst the second player registration widow is set to open on Thursday, 17 May.