The Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Legon Cities, Kwabena Asenso, has thrown his weight behind head coach Maxwell Konadu, to move the club out of the relegation zone.
The Royals currently occupy the 17th position on the league table after 23 games played amassing just 27 points so far. Legon Cities during that time have won six games, drawn nine and lost eight times.
Konadu’s men have won just one of their last seven games in the top flight which has left them battling relegations with just a handful of games to go.
However, Kwabena Asenso, is certain the gaffer will turn things around before the end of the season.
“Maxwell [Konadu] will do the job. We started [the season] very well but we didn’t know what happened in the middle of the season. The World Cup break and the three players we allowed to go for the CHAN caused us a lot,” he said.
“I know that things will pick up but for about two or three matches, they are doing very well and hopefully things will work out. Maxwell will take us from the place. I know what he can do [because] he has done it before.”
Legon Cities face Asante Kotoko at the El Wak Stadium on Thursday, March 30, on matchday 24 of the betPawa Ghana Premier League.
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