Head Coach Prince Owusu insists his side’s narrow defeat to Teshie-based Accra City FC is his most disappointing game in charge.
Vision FC dropped valuable points in their week-nine fixture against Accra City after recording three straight wins leading to that clash.
Despite dominating possession for the major part of the game, the Eewo lads were condemned to defeat courtesy Nana Adjei’s second-half tap-in and the experienced trainer is brooding over it.
“We lost a game at Teshie, Accra City and it was one-nil against us,” he said in a yet to be released video interview.
“I lost that game and I felt very bad personally and I think that’s where I realized that we need to push these guys more so that they can deliver well.”
“That’s one of the matches that I felt we should’ve won.”
The former Black Satellites deputy trainer also played down the notion that his side underrated The Scorpions who had lost all three consecutive games before the encounter.
“The boys played very well. They were pushing and even the President called me after the game – I was down and he said that the boys played very well so I shouldn’t worry about.” He recounted.
“The boys played well, I can’t say much about it just that we couldn’t take our chances- we had a lot of chances that we could’ve buried that game in the first half.”
“We had some clear chances that we should’ve scored but we didn’t make.”
“They only got one clear chance in the game and they buried it. That’s how football is sometimes.”
Vision FC are 3rd on the Division 1 Zone Three League log with 25 points from 13 games.