It's been work in process - Eze


Christian Chibueze aka Eze, head coach of Home Stars FC (photo credit: 442)

After a hard day's work executed successfully, there comes a moment of relief, relaxation, laughter and happiness.

Christian Chibueze, also known as Eze since assuming his role at Home Stars FC as the head coach of the team, has received series of criticisms with some questioning his tactics and the adoption of his philosophy by the players. That however did not prevented him from progressing Home Stars FC to the middle league with the aim of taking the team that has come under pressure to a Division 1 status.

One which could be said as the toughest game for him and his team rather came with ease, beating Dynamo FC 2-0 in the just ended sub middle league. The gaffer has been praised by all after guiding the Soccer Apostles qualifying to the middle league of the Volta Regional Division 2 league games.

On Swiss Sports Classic yesterday August 23, the head coach who was a guest to the Sports show said in an exclusive interview about the plans for the future, saying it's a work in process for the team. 

"You don't take a day to build an empire, it's been work in process. The boys have been training hard every time"

Speaking about his tactics and plans, Eze said his own plan as in the case of every coach, is to instill in the team and how he want the boys to play, despite admitting the difficulty it has been, the coach was quick to add that, the lads are picking up his philosophy.

"We've been working on our tactics, every coach must have a plan, I have my own way of understanding football and how I want my team to play, so I have to see to it that, I get the right players who fit in with the players I have."

"I must have options and the boys are ready to learn my philosophy, it's difficult but they are picking up and they are doing what they need to do" he said.

Describing the difficulties of playing from the group stages, the License 'C' holder attributed it to the tough opponents he met in his group which prepared him and the boys fully well for the sub middle league.

"Our group was a very competitive group, no team irrespective of the team that placed bottom in that group was a walk over. The test in the group stage helped us a lot, it gave us the platform to know what to expect at the top. We were much determined as we went game by game. So in the sub middle league, we were just prepared for similar things that happened in the group stage".

So far, seven (7) teams have qualified to the middle league, Sons of Thunder and Eleven Wonders will battle it out in a tie breaker on a neutral ground adding the number to eight (8) teams qualifying.

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