Medeama SC goalkeeper, Yaw Ansah Fufro says unity of purpose has contributed to his side’s consistency in the Ghanaian topflight.
Ansah, despite playing the number 2 to Eric Ofori Antwi for the past two and a half seasons, asserts that the entire team is strongly bonded.
In an interview with Kumasi based Akoma FM, the 26-year-old talks about the synergy between the playing body, the technical team and the management.
“If you come to Medeama. we have senior and junior players.
“ However, as a senior player, you have to learn to communicate effectively to the junior players to avoid disrespect.
“The connection between senior and junior players, technical team and the management is extremely good and that is what has kept us going as a team.
“Our salaries are paid on time likewise other remunerations so I don’t see what should break us apart as a team.”
Yaw Ansah signed a 3-year extension with Medeama in 2017 but has since struggled for game time.
The former Westland FC keeper has fallen behind local Black Stars number one, Eric Ofori-Antwi, who joined Medeama from Kotoko.
Yaw Ansah is reportedly contemplating moving on from Medeama as his contract is set to run out in July. Numerous reports indicate that he could join fellow Premier League side Karela FC.