Techiman Eleven Wonders hope to return stronger next season in a bid to win the Premier League after their top finish ambition in the 2019/20 season was curtailed by the cancellation of the competition last week.
The club, however, sided with the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) decision to annul the season and expunge all records pertaining to the league, following the effect of the Coronavirus outbreak on the game.
The Administrative Manager of Eleven Wonders, Ali Mohammed, believed it was not the fault of the GFA to cancel the season, especially where the deadly virus made it difficult to continue with the league.
He told Daily Graphic in an interview that Wonders were happy with their performance and that their new signings could have helped them to achieve their target.
“Our aim was shut down, and we could have realised our dream for the year had it not been for the cancellation of the league.“
Mohammed disclosed that the club would prepare adequately for the new season and come back better for the ultimate in the Ghana Premier League as the club looks forward to abide by the decision of the GFA.
Eleven Wonders hope to re-strategies to compete for glory to win the 2020 /2021 Ghana Premier League competition,.with the club’s management expected to meet next week to deliberate on transforming the club’s fortunes.
He noted that the club enjoyed a lot of support from their fans as the only club from the Bono East Region in the elite competition.
The club was 12th on the league table with 19 points before the annulment of the season.
“We are still putting up the structures as a Board of Directors would be announced in the coming month to help the club grow stronger to win the league next season,” he revealed further.
Eleven Wonders were boosted by the signing of a three-year deal with Italian kit company, Macron, in April this year.