Head coach of Kumasi Sports Academy Ladies Football Club Charles Anokye Frimpong has expressed worries over how his side's porous defence in their opening games of the Women's Premier League in Ghana.

Speaking to the media in a post-match conference on Sunday after his side claimed a 3-1
triumph over Supreme Ladies, the Black Queens assistant coach said he remains worried
over how his side constantly lose focus in defence.

"My greatest worry is that my team always concedes first before we equalize which is not
a good sign for us," he said.

The former Prempeh College physical education tutor believes his side is one of the best
in the league but, admits the need for his defence to remain focused and organised during
the games.

"I can confidently say I have one of the best side in the league but we need to work extremely hard on our first half which is very important," he admitted.

Meanwhile the football technician has insisted the weekend victory is enough motivation for his side to claim victory over Pearl Pia Ladies.

"This victory is going to prepare us well for our next game against Pearl Pia Ladies in Tamale this weekend. This win will motivate us for the next encounter," he stated.