Inter Allies midfielder Joseph Baffour Gyawu insists training has been going on smoothly despite the delay in the start of the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League season.
The league was expected to begin over the weekend but Accra Great Olympics secured a court injunction to put the start of the new campaign on hold.
Baffour who joined the Tema-based club from Heart of Lions in the just ended Ghana transfer window pointed out that he and his colleagues are still training seriously and they are ready to go out in full force any time the season will start.
“So far it has been perfect, our training sessions have been going on well and everyone is in shape and ever ready for the new season,” Gyawu told footballmadeinghana.com
“Now the only problem is that we do not know when the league will start. However, we will keep training and also pray it starts soon. Our team is in shape but I cannot stick out if we will win the league or not as everything is in the hands of God,”
The talented enforcer further stressed that he has set his personal target which is to play more games and also score goals as well as assist.
“I have my ultimate personal objectives for the season. I will to get more playing time, score goals and also assist because though I am a central midfielder, that is one of my trademarks,”
Baffour was the main man in midfield last season for Inter Allies in the Ghana National Division One Zone Three League.
He has previously played for Latvian giants Spartak Jurmala and was among the players who helped the Ghana National Under 20 team to qualify for the World Cup in Turkey in 2013.