Head coach of Real Tamale United, Abdulai Abdul Mumin says his charges were not given a chance by connoisseurs of the game to beat Hearts of Oak.
RTU left it late in their opening BetPawa Premier League to stun the record FA Cup holders at the Aliu Mahama Stadium in Tamale.
Owusu Afriyie netted in added time to claim all three points for the “Pride of the North.”
“I think we started with a very young team, people didn’t give us a dog’s chance, but we knew what we were doing,” Abdulai Abdul Mumin told StarTimes.
“We want to tell people that, there are talents up North here so they should watch out.
“I think it’s a young team, we have to be development oriented, we shouldn’t be thinking of high profile players or whatever.
“We must try to bring somebody from the grassroots to the topmost level and this team is going to make a mark in this competition.” He added.