Sam Tagoe is warning his charges to guard against contentment following the side’s stellar performance in the two-week old Community Dunks.

Kaneshie has produced an eye-catching display at season -2 of the most prestigious basketball championships among communities in Ghana’s capital, Accra.

They’ve managed to negotiate their respective ties against highly fancied Ridge and debutant Teshie-Nungua – a feat that has guaranteed them a place in the semi-finals of the competition and indeed the first side to do so.

Their performance so far has raised the hopes of their fans but head coach Sam Tagoe has called for a conservative outlook from them so it doesn’t put what he termed as ‘pointless’ pressure on the players.

Tagoe said: ‘Reina said: “We have to make sure that people don’t think it going to be easy to win the title. In competitions like these, anything can happen even if you start on a positive note’.

‘We’re glad we’ve become the first side to qualify to the semi-final stage, but that stage is a different ball game together where anything at all can take place. That is the reason why am asking our fans to be modest in their expectations’.

He added: ‘We’re taking one game at a time and we’re hoping that we’ll be able to make our fans happy.

Community Dunks is an initiative of Rite Multimedia and sponsored by Indomie with support from Metro TV.

By: Patrick Akoto

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