Liberty Professionals assistant coach, Felix Aboagye says his side’s victory against Berekum Chelsea in the Ghana premier league was a step in the right direction for the Dansoman lads.
Kennedy Ashia’s 89th minute goal from 12 yards ensured Liberty Professionals took all points available at Karl Reindolf Park on match day eight of the Ghana Premier League.
And Felix Aboagye, who led the bench in the absence of head coach George Lamptey (suffering from malaria), said the victory will spur his side on in the upcoming games.
“When we went to WAFA (West Africa Football Academy) things didn’t go well for us,” he told the press after the game.
“But when we came back we worked hard for this three points which is the most important thing. The three points are very, very important,” he said.
Liberty Professionals created numerous goal scoring opportunities to win the game by higher margin, but it took 89 minutes for the goal to arrive.
“The boys were tactically good today [Sunday]; despite scoring the goal late in the game, the boys were very tactical, we kept going and fortunately for us we got the needed result.
“The result should be a stepping stone for our next against Medeama SC,” Aboagye reiterated.
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