Inter Allies midfielder Isaac Twum has heaved a sigh of relieve after ending the opening round of the season outside the button three.
The teen sensation swapped Kpando Heart Of Lions for the Tema Park but has since been battling relegation with the Eleven is to one all season.
The Black satellites midfield prodigy however ended the first round outside the shop zone and has openly revealed his releive at the turn of events in Tema.
The former Heart of Lions midfielder partly tagged their new trainer Jimmy James Corbblah for their strong end to the first round.
Isaac Twum thanked his trainer for the confidence reposed in the playing staff ahead of the second round.
“I feel relieved to have ended the first half of the season out side the relegation zone.
It is good to move out of the drop but looking at the point build up we need a very strong second round as a team.
I have never doubted the quality of the team and believed we were always going to end the campaign outside the red line. At no point did I think of relegation with this Inter Allies side”, Twum told sports crusader.
The Inter Allies midfielder then apportioned a huge percentage of their late resurgence to new trainer Jimmy Corbblah.
“He is such a great coach and good to work under as a young footballer.
He believes in his players and knows what exactly he is doing whether in training or during matches”, Isaac Twum concluded.
Inter Allies spanked Berekum Chelsea at the Tema Park before forcing a point at the Gyandu Park away to Hasaacas to end the round out of the red line.
Isaac Twum Relieve To Have Ended First Round Out Of the Bottom Three