Deputy coach of Wa All Stars Mumuni Sakpari has described his outfit’s 4-1 mauling at the hands of WAFA in the week 3 outstanding fixture as “unfortunate”.

The Sogakope lads inflicted the worst ever home defeat on Wa All Stars in the week 3 rescheduled fixture by 4-1 on Sunday courtesy a brace from Richard Danso, Daniel Lomotey and Majeed Ashimeru before Sadick Alhassan’s goal proved to be a mere consolation.

During the post-match presser, assistant coach of the side Mumuni Sakpari was shell shock with his team’s performance.

“I don’t have to talk much about it but I personally least expected this result. However, in the game of football anything can happen so I’ll say it’s unfortunate and unprecedented because we have never recorded such a heavy defeat since the inception of Wa All Stars,” he said.

“Not only Wa All Stars, when some of us were even playing for Upper-West Heroes in the 80’s and 90’s, it was only when we go for the middle league that such score line was recorded, but not when we came into the premiership after Upper-West Heroes was relegated and since that time up until now, in fact if you will beat Upper West Heroes and Wa All Stars now, not by this margin.”

“However, I see it to be coincidental, it has happened and there are matches ahead of us so we have to put it behind us and look at the rough edges, and make sure we sharpen it very well so that we can put ourselves back on track.”

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