A vision side that featured twenty-two players including old and newly-signed players across 90 minutes secured a 5-1 pre-season friendly win over their development side Validus FC at the Nii Amoah Okromansah Park on Saturday morning
Head Coach Prince Owusu used the game to get a first look at a number of his new additions as their preparation for the forthcoming 2020/21 Division One League went up a step.
Chances in the opening stages were at a premium as both outfits began to settle into the game but with successful trialist Frank Duku breaking the deadlock after a rebound from the failed penalty attempt.
Vision maintained their pressure on the Validus defence as Manuel Korley had a shot blocked and Johnson and Fawzan both went close finding the back of the net, while Prince Ofori, at the right end of the first half doubled the lead.
A totally-changed XI took to the field after the break and it was Kelvin Obeng who would make an immediate impact on the game. The clinical forward’s efforts fetched him three goals.
Validus, despite the continuous pressure from their seniors, grabbed a consolation through a solo effort from their pacey left-winger.
Prince Owusu’s side will play their second pre-season game in four days when Vision take on Mountaineers at the Nii Amoah Okromansah Park, Amrahia on Wednesday morning.