Medeama Chief Executive James Essilfie has urged the club’s supporters to lower their expectations this season.
The Mauve and Yellows suffered their second worst defeat since the club made its Premier League debut some 11 years ago after losing 4-0 at Bechem United.
Coach Ignatius Osei Fosu’s charges failed to deliver after Francis Twene scored twice in-between Emmanuel Avornyo opener and Augustine Okrah’s screamer.
Chairman Essilfie has told the club’s supporters to measure their expectations.
“It’s important for our fans to measure their weight of expectation on the team this season,” Essilfie told medeamasc
“We have a new coach and he will need to time to get everything right. We don’t want to pressure on him and the players.
“This is a very demanding club but it’s important to be realistic in the scheme of things.
“We have a good squad capable of competing but we need time for them to jell.”
Medeama will next take on Bibiani Gold Stars at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Medeama have parted ways with assistant coach Charles Anokye Frimpong.
Anokye Frimpong, who is a former coach of Kumasi Sports Academy, signed for the club on August 30, 2021.
However, the two parties failed to reach an agreement for the mutual termination of engagement on Monday.
The Prempeh College Tutor was signed as a replacement for Yaw Acheampong.
Medeama would like to thank Charles for his services to the club within this short period.