Medeama board member in charge of Administration, James Essilfie, is urging calm amid the side’s unflattering start to our Premier League defence.
The champions are bottom of the table after just two round of matches.
The Mauve and Yellow are without a win in two after one draw and a defeat so far in the 2023-24 Ghana Premier League season.
Medeama drew 2-2 at home to Accra Lions and lost 2-0 at Aduana Stars FC on Sunday to condemn the side to rock-bottom.
But James Essilfie, a long standing former Chief Executive of the club, is urging calm and focus.
“We should remain calm and focused. We are just two matches away and so there is no cause for alarm,” he told medeamasc.org
“Medeama is used to starting the season this way. We don’t really start well but we finish well.
“I can understand the apprehension within the supporters, but they should remain calm.
“This is a very serious club with a solid structure and so we will bounce back in style.
Medeama will travel to Guinea to battle Horoya for a place in the group stage of the CAF Champions League on Saturday September 30, 2023.