Inter Allies coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi has insisted that his outfit will not change their style of play ahead of their week 11 calsh against Dreams FC on Wednesday.
The Capelli Boys have been in terrific form at their home venue in Tema Sports Stadium, but have been poor away from the ground in the ongoing season – having lost all their fie away games.
Many of their supporters have called on their head coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi to tweak his tactics ahead of their match day 11 against Dreams FC in midweek.
However, the Japanese trainer maintained his team their style of play as the players are at their best when they play to their strength.
“We play only one way, our players are very good when they are playing at their strong point. I think we are going to stick to it. We don’t have many options as our players are very young boys. We are going with a similar approach”.
The season’s league has had regular midweek games and the coach feels the nature of the league will affect all clubs as coaches will not have ample time to have regular training sessions.
He indicated though it is a difficult situation, Allies are in an advantageous position because the players are youthful.
“Playing regular midweek matches will affect everyone but not because my players are young or inexperienced. We are at an advantage because of age. But it’s really difficult playing two matches a week, we cannot have regular training and that is going to affect our play.
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