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Midfielder, Noah Martey wants to use the G-6 Invitational Tournament to hit the ground running for his new Club Aduana Stars.

The former Bechem United goal poacher joined Aduana during the off-season and is already looking to become a fan favourite by banging in the goals.

“I think this is the perfect time for me to announce my presence with the Dormaa fans and I believe that I will hit the ground running in the tournament”, the confident Noah Martey told aduanafc.com

“I had a good time with Bechem United and I hope to do same for my new Club. I have had a very warm reception from both the coaches and my new colleagues since I arrived and the team is confident of making an impact in the upcoming season.”

 

Chief Executive Officer, Albert Commey Aryeetey has warned the players against complacency during their match tonight against Heart of Oak.

Aduana will open their 2016 G-6 Invitational Tournament account with a game against Hearts of Oak side, who are recently in difficult times, but that according to the CEO should not in any way make his charges feel they have already won the game, stressing that they can be shocked if they do.

“I know Hearts of Oak inside out and I know that when things are not going well for them internally, that is the time they spring surprises. Indeed, we are all aware of the recent troubles in the team and the ultimatum given their coach and all that,” Albert Commey Aryeetey told the playing body after Thursday morning’s training session.

“But that will not deter them from playing good football and I know that many have already written them off, but that is the danger here. Give them equal respect and make sure that you go about your business on the field as usual.”

Aduana Stars striker Yahaya Mohammed has insisted that his team will not have it easy against Accra Hearts of Oak tonight when both teams play in the G-6 Invitational Tournament at the Essipong stadium.

The Phobians go into tonight’s game as underdogs by virtue of the recent performances, but that does not concern Yahaya who knows too well that it won’t be a walk in the park for them.

“Heart of Oak is still Hearts of Oak and no matter the little issues they are going through, I believe we are not going to have it easy against them tonight”, Yahaya Mohammed told pressmen in an interview soon after the team’s training on Thursday morning.

“I am confident we are going to beat them because we have really prepared well and want to win the tournament. The team is in good shape and hopefully we will smile at the end of the 90minutes.”

For him coming back after a long layoff might come with its challenges as he will play his first match for Aduana since joining them, but he is confident that his colleagues will help him have a good day.

4th January, 2016
A new supporters’ union was inaugurated at Aboabo No: 3 at the weekend. The ceremony was well attended by personalities such as the Chief of the town, Barima Yeboah Kodie and his Elders, the CEO of the club, Mr. Albert Commey Aryeetey, Deputy public relations, Amo Gyamfi Collins, Welfare Officer Baba Aluta, Supporters chairman and other supporters’ executives. The players were also represented by Godfred Saka, Francis Larbi, Yahaya Mohammed and Noah Martey.

The Aboabo No: 3 Ogya, which has been christened "Ogya 3”, is the first to be inaugurated since the incumbent Chief Executive Officer took charge.

At the ceremony, Mr. Albert Commey Aryeetey encouraged members of the new supporters Union to support the club and called the club theirs as it is believed Aduana originated from the town Aboabo. He further lauded the entire Ogya fraternity for their unflinching support over the years. “We would have been relegated by now, if not for the massive cheers our Supporters gave us in our home match against Medeama two seasons ago. Though it was raining, our well-wishers never ceased to sing the famous Ogya song.

Bank roller and owner of the club yesterday charged the team to beat every opponent and win the ultimate at the upcoming G6 tournament.Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyemang Badu II who also is the life patron of the club said this on a courtesy call at the club's training grounds as the team prepares for the tournament. Flanked by members of his management, Nana praised the team for the prompt regroup after the Christmas break and welcomed the new signings as well. The elated playing body chanted his name as he inspired them for glory.

Aduana Stars players are expected to resume training on Monday, December 28th, 2015, Deputy P.R.O, Amo Gyamfi Collins has disclosed.

The playing body went on a break for the festive season, after going through series of training sessions in preparation towards the season ahead. The team’s five day rest period ends this week. “All players, registered and unregistered are to report at the training ground, meanwhile, the club’s recruitment is still in progress. Management is confident that, the team would be put in good shape before 2015/16 competition gets under way” said the Deputy P.R.O in his interaction with aduanafc.com.

The immediate regroup of the players comes as a result of the Club’s active preparation towards the impending G6 tournament with Aduana Stars been in a group with Hearts of Oak and Medeama.  

 

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