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Coach Andy Sinason bemoans King Faisal profligacy in Dreams FC stalemate

Published on: 01 January 2021

King Faisal coach Andy Sinason bemoaned his side's failure to take their chances after their 1-1 draw at home to Dreams FC on Friday. 

The home side created several goal scoring opportunities but managed to put just one at the back of the net as both teams shared the spoils.

Kwadwo Frimpong put the home side in front in the first half before a deflected shot ensured both teams shared the spoils at the Nana Ameyaw Park.

King Faisal ended the game with 10 men after goalkeeper Kaisan Yuisu was shown the exit by referee Mohammed Misba.

It was a game of both halves as King Faisal enjoyed the chunk of possession but the visitors grew into the game in the second stanza.

Coach Andy Sinason has bemoaned the side's lack of killer instinct.

"To be honest with you, we can't create as many as nine chances and score only one," he said

"We were suppose to win this game but couldn't do it. We changed our formation and adopted the 4-5-1 system. My boys did not perform to my expectation but any coach will also be happy with players creating chances."

King Faisal captain Michael Akufo had an early shower after he was replaced after picking up an injury on 12 minutes. He was substituted by Albert Mensah.

Dreams FC coach Winfred Dormon left striker Joseph Esso and captain Michael Agbekornu out of the starting X1.

The duo came on the second half and impacted positively as the clawed back to sniff a point away from home.

The result has pushed King Faisal to 15th on the league table, just a point above Inter Allies who have a game to spare.

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