Point guard for Accra-Polytechnic, Nii Aryee, has sensationally revealed the five other qualified institutions will require a miracle to derail their ambition of lifting the grand-finale of the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges (UPAC) basketball championship as the tough-talk to the super finals begins.
Aryee, who has been instrumental in the invincibility of Custom Excise and Preventive Services (CEPS) over the past 10-years in the Greater Accra basketball series, was at the centre court of Kumasi Polytechnic to witness the final matches in zone C.
He claims the competing teams do not have enough arsenals to stop the onslaught of his team-mates who he says are bent on teaching their opponent some basketball drills and lessons on Saturday April 16 at the University of Ghana.
The man affectionately referred to as ‘Doggie’ is in high spirit going into the finals insisting they’ll pull out a five star performance to silence their critics and assert their dominance at the tertiary level in the West African country.
‘After watching the games here, I’m more than convinced we’re the right candidate for the title. I wonder which of these institutions can stop us on Saturday’. a very confident looking Aryee told BASKETBALLghana.com editor Patrick Akoto
‘We don’t only talk but we walk the talk and we showed it in the final in our zone when we dismissed the GUSA champions with cheeky ease. We’ll do the same to the other teams and that I’m positive about’.
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