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Tactical changes helped to secure victory over Skyy FC – Bofoakwa Tano coach John Eduafo

Bofoakwa Tano coach John Eduafo attributed his side’s win over Skyy FC in the FA Cup quarterfinals to the tactical changes made during the game.

The match ended in a 1-1 draw after regulation time, with Bofoakwa Tano ultimately securing a 5-4 victory on penalties.

Elisha Addai gave Bofoakwa Tano the lead in the 17th minute, but Skyy FC’s Andrews Cobbinah equalized, pushing the game into a shootout.

Coach Eduafo acknowledged the mental challenge of playing a Division One side.

Recognizing Skyy FC’s strength, Eduafo made crucial tactical changes that turned the tide in Bofoakwa Tano’s favor.

“Bofo had played them per the record I have the first time they beat Bofo I think it was the second time again they had another win. So mentally I knew they were a better side, playing a Division One side is usually very difficult they want to play to impress and improve so it is very difficult,” he said.

“So thank God finally we have had a winner and we have won the game. It worked in the first department of the game we had a goal we scored they equalize the goal. It tells you they are also a better side. So as the game proceed we need to make a few tactical changes and it helped,” he added.

Bofoakwa Tano now looks forward to facing the winner of the game between holders Dreams FC and Soccer Intellectuals in the semi-final.

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