Police Guard Emmanuel Dickson-Reformers James Amotoe (with ball) in action.

Reformers of Prisons Men’s Basketball Team Head Coach Prosper Agbleta has an indifferent stance on his team facing Braves of Customs so early in the new season.

Reformers take on Braves later today at the Prisons Court in Cantonments in a rematch of the 2021 Accra Basketball League (ABL) Men’s Division I Finals.

Coach Agbleta (extreme right) with Reformers contingent on media tour after 2021 title win

Perennial league winners Braves got shocked by a dominant performance from a Reformers team that swept the best of three game series.

With neither team getting the chance to play in the new season before facing off, there are concerns neither team is ready for the big clash.

Reformers Captain Benjamin Abankwah lifts ABL Men’s Division I title

Quizzed on his thoughts about playing Braves so early in the season in an interview with Basketballghana.com ahead of a late training session, Coach Agbleta stated:

“I will say yes and no it is too early but since the fixtures are out…we just abide by what the fixtures says so we are ready, we are ready”.

Fire Service Guard Evans Amartey attempts jump shot v Reformers in Accra Basketball League Playoffs matchup

The 2022 ABL Season commenced on Tuesday, March 8 with games in the Men’s Division II opening the new campaign.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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