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14.03.2005 Football News

"Sir" Jones vows to fight on

By Raymond Yeboah

The coach of the Confederations Cup Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak, Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefi says he will not leave the team despite it's recent woefull outings and the fact that the team is ridden with crisis. Speaking to media the CAF coach of the year 2000 said it will be unfair to leave the team at this trying period. "Well, I want to see how best to salvave the team and see how it can go. I had benn in it already, so, when there is difficulty, I don't have to get out. I have to make sure that the team is salvaged before I can decide what to do next",

" When it is time for me to go I will do that but now there is crisis and I want to help them out. There is nothing that cannot be solved, we don't run away from problems we to try to solve the problems",

" So, I am going back home, I am going to offer all my necessary advice, my experience, hopefully the crisis will be resolved and then we will be waiting for Dolphin to ! come to Accra",

" I attrribute the scandalous loss to lack of training because my boys did not turn out for training after our match against Enyimba in Aba. Most of them complained of sickness or injury. In getting back home, I am going to submit my match report and I hope that we will quickly sit down and solve our problem".

Dolphin spanked the Ghanaians 4 - 0 at the Liberation Stadium, Port Harcourt. The second leg will be play

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