Legon Cities FC striker Asamoah Gyan has attributed their poor start to the season to a lack of dedication from his teammates.
The club have picked up 1 point from their two games played, and have conceded four in the process.
They are currently bottom of the table and have hired Bashir Hayford to steady the ship after firing Bosnian Goran Barjaktarevic.
Gyan believes a change in the teams fortunes will have to be sparked by a change in the dedication levels of the players.
I think it’s something about our attitude ,we aren’t giving enough.
We have had a couple of meetings and the players have agreed that our attitude approaching games is not the best.
It’s rather unfortunate that we have played two games and have only one point
It happens sometimes but what we need to do is show our aggression on the pitch.
Legon Cities play Medeama at the Accra Sports stadium on match day 3 of the Ghana Premier League.