UGMSA Sports Week

All the work that has been put in, all the goals scored, all the passes made, all the drama, all the action, it all leads here. When it comes to football at Korle Bu, nothing compares to the UGMSA sports weekend soccer competition. Rich in history and drama already, it is time to write yet another epic chapter.

Topping the list is the growing concern that Kobby Quaye, coach of the final year class will sign off having won no major trophy in all his time as coach of the 2019 class. After many promises and assurances that they were favourites to win last year, it was nothing short of a disaster when his team fell to the newcomers, 2021 with some of his players still warming up and getting their kits on.

Following in his footsteps is Sammy Tee. He’s becoming a bit of a Klopp, after all the promises of Guardiola. Sammy Tee has managed to lead his team to some finals, playing good football on the way, but coming short in the finals. Now you would think that after all the faith he puts in his players, they would repay him with a trophy. For those who will miss Kobby as coach, don’t worry, Sammy Tee is following in his footsteps.

Nana Yaw Antobre, is one of the most decorated coaches on the campus and defending champion with his Spartans, class of 2020. He remains confident of achieving a back-to-back after which the team will move on to legendary status. Let’s see how he can get his team back into shape after concerns of his players fitness were called into question in recent friendly matches.

Frank, and his class of 2022 don’t believe the team is at a level that can see them go all the way this year. After an impressive display at their first tournament that almost saw them go all the way, they are believed to have outdone themselves and whether we can expect greater thing from them is uncertain.