Top 5 things learned from the weekend in the 2015/2016 Ghana premier league match day 4.

We look at 5 things learned from the weekend in the 2015/2016 Ghana premier league match day 4.

1. Pitches
When we have standard pitches or better pitches we will definitely get better performance from our teams in the league . (Example Hearts of Oak vs Bechem United) The standard of the pitch was okay, even before the game the grasses were been watered and we all witnessed a better performance yesterday. Good game by all standards.

2. Supporters
Massive crowd at most of our stadiums. If the standard of play is good we will continue to have massive crowd, no one will like to waste his or her money on less attractive products.

3. kotoko factor
Yet to win after spending whooping amount on players transfer during the pre-season and also winning almost all their matches during preseason.
Now the season has started and they are finding it difficult to even get their first win after matchday 4. Someone will say it is still too early but the truth of the match is when you fail to fight early you will end your fight late.

4.No one is safe.
Although Accra Hearts of Oak is leading the league log after matchday 4 no one is safe from the first position to the last position even a draw can massively change most teams position on the league table.

5. Fair play
Now most clubs officials and supports are now understanding that if u don’t win your match the first person to blame must be your technical team not anyone .
Because we win matches from the technical bench, that is why teams like kotoko, Aduana,Medeama,Ebusua Dwarfs are yet to blame referees or opponent for their woes in the league.

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