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Aduana Stars are set to unleash their wrath on the West African Football Academy when they host them in a mouthwatering clash at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Stadium on Sunday.

The 2010 league winners are searching for their first victory and at the same time first goal of the new league season.

Aduana Stars have full house of squad available for this game.

Coiaba Aristica will be guiding the Aduana Stars on Sunday as their new trainer.

The Academy outfit are visiting Dormaaa with the absence of midfielder maestro Majeed Ashimeru who is still recovering from an injury.

They will be facing former teammate Zakaria Mumuni as oppositions.

Zakaria Mumuni was joint top scorer with eight goals for WAFA SC in the league last term.

MATCH FACTS

Head to Head

Total matches played = 2

Aduana Stars wins = 1

Drawn games = 0

WAFA SC = 1

*Aduana Stars lost their first league match at home to Wa All Stars.

Their only home loss in the premiership since 15th February, 2014.

New Aduana Stars coach Aristica Ciaoba started training with his side on Monday.

The Romanian trainer will be preparing the Fire Boys for their next Ghana Premier League match against WAFA.

He has been tasked to return the former champions to winning ways after three consecutive defeats.

Cioaba has been hired to replaced Nurudeen Amadu who resigned two weeks ago after their home defeat.

He first handled the club in the 2011/2012 season but left mid-stream

Aduana Stars have re-appointed Romanian trainer Aristica Cioaba as head coach for a second spell for one year after coach Nureeden Ahmed resigned on Monday after their home defeat.

Cioaba is expected in Dormaa on Saturday and will be in the stands when they travel to Techiman City FC in week three of the Ghana league.

He first handled the club in the 2011/2012 season but left mid-stream but the people of Aduana wants him back and he is likely to start official work on Monday.

“He will be arriving over the weekend and get to Dormaa on Monday. For now, we have had a positive discussion with him and I think our people want him because he has coached the club before”, Aduana Stars operations manager George Gyawu told Starr Sports.

Aduana Stars lost their opening two matches against Inter Allies and Wa All Stars and want to quickly revive their campaign in a home game against WAFA next week.

The woes of Premier League side Aduana Stars was compounded on Sunday afternoon as they suffered their third straight defeat in the three-week-old 2015/16 Ghana Premier League, this time falling to Techiman City.

It very strange what is happening to the one time Ghana Premier League champions, who showed so much hope during the offseason. They made some very decent signings, but after three weeks of Premier league football, they have nothing to show for it.

They lost their first game to Inter Allie and again lost at home to Wa All Stars, an action that saw their head coach Nurudeen Ahmed resign his post a day after, with assistant coach Kwabena Ameyaw being asked to step aside as well

Edmund Kwasi Ankomah took charge as interim head coach for the Techiman City fixture.

Stephen Manu’s first half goal was enough to pick all three points for the premier league debutants.

Aduana Stars will welcome WAFA to the Agyemang Badu I Park on Sunday, all with the hope of picking their first three points of the 2015/2016 Premier league campaign.

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

 

 

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as the Head Coach of Aduana Stars Football Club, the club has confirmed.

He laid down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in Match day two of the ongoing Ghana premier league at home to Wa All Stars.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars. - See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

The outgone Aduana Stars trainer Amadu Nurudeen says his decision to end his marriage with the Dormaa based club was personal.

With pressure stirring at the face of the former Black Satellites deputy coach,  the 47 year-old trainer resigned from his post as coach of the club.

"I resigned for personal reasons. I think after losing two matches in a row, I don't need to be told that things are not going on well so I have decided to quit.

"I won't blame any player or management member for this. I am blaming myself for the poor start of the team that is why I have decided to lay down my tools," Nuru said.

The Dormaa based Club is yet to appoint a new coach after their next league game against Techiman City.

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

Amadu Nurudeen has resigned from his post as head coach of Aduana Stars FC.

He lay down his tools only 24 hours after the team suffered their second successive defeat in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at home to Wa All Stars.

- See more at: http://citifmonline.com/2016/02/29/amadu-nurudeen-walks-out-of-aduana-stars-job/#sthash.l6Sb0Pzt.dpuf

 

Aduana Stars are having one of their torrid starts to their premier league season as they have lost all two matches played so far in the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League.

The team who had a wonderful preseason and was one of the teams that were very busy in the transfer window are yet to get even a point in any of the two matches played so far.

In their match week one fixture played against Inter Allies at the Tema sports stadium, they lost by two unanswered goals.

After a scoreless first half Wa All Stars scored the only goal of the match in the 80th minute through Kofi Yeboah to seal the doom of the home team who could not equalize.

The result leaves Aduana Stars without and point in their two matches played so far in the 2015/16 Ghana Premier league.

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