Edward Nii Odoom has lamented about his side’s lack of cutting edge against Aduana Stars as their matchday nine ended in stalemate in Dormaa.
The Phobians were hoping to return to winning ways after their drawn game with Dreams FC at the Theatre of Dreams at Dawu in midweek.
Speaking after the game, the interim coach of the Rainbow club said he wasn’t content with the results as he believes his outfit should have won the game rather than sharing the spoils.
“I’m not happy because we were supposed to win the game.
“We hit the bar twice and had chances to score, so I’m not happy about the results. We needed the points badly because of the draw we had with Ashantigold.
“I am not happy about the results because we needed the three points badly but this is football,” he added.
The former Tema Youth trainer refused to attribute his side inability to score to hard luck, saying it’s about football.