Inter Allies have strengthened their Premier League squad with the registration of ‘old boys’ Sulley Mohammed and Frederick Opoku Yamoah as the second transfer window has officially opened.
The duo who featured prominently for the side last season, footy-GHANA.com understands, were not available for the opening round of the 2015/16 season due to deals from foreign clubs which eventually failed to materialize.
Teenage winger Opoku Yamoah who featured for the side in all Premier League games last season was sent out to MSK Zilina but was denied a permanent deal after spending over three months with the European side.
Former King Faisal goal machine Sulley Mohammed joined the Wa All Stars pre-season trip to Saudi Arabia in hope of landing a deal but has since reverted to Inter Allies after failing to land a deal.
Both players are expected to add some bite to the ‘Eleven Is To One’ who have generally been unimpressive in their opening 10 games of the ongoing Ghana Premier League. Inter Allies second from bottom of the 16-team league table with nine points.