Its been a difficult season for Premier league side Karela United after the Anas number 12 documentary, and loosing most key players to top sides in the country including Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Before the halt of this season’s league due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Karela United was sitting 17th on the league log with 11 points after 15 games but Keyekeh believes the situation will turn better if the league should continue.
“We have created more chances than our opponents in most games that we played. Most player of the game awards went to a Karela player even when we lost, it tells you we are capable of bouncing back”
“Our position now is temporal, when the league resumes, you will all see wonders and hopefully whe we return to Anyinase.”
Karela United this season have played all homes games at the Ackon park in Tarkwa as their original home ground is under construction.