Barrack Young Controllers’ forward David Tweh says it it is still possible for the Go Blue Boys to retain their championship title based on the current status of the league table.
The forward told the Daily Observer on Monday that the league is now open for this year’s champions to be decided during the last league games.
BYC is three points and one goal behind leaders LISCR FC and will be looking forward to a win against LPRC Oilers and a win for Keitrace against LISCR FC.
According to Tweh, who has so far slotted home two goals this season, his team remains determined, despite its position on the league table.
It will be a tough encounter today between the defending champions and the Oilers that is fighting relegation with two points below Mighty Barrolle.
“We will not take our last game lightly, because things could turn around during the last matches of the league. Our minds were not on this year’s league title, but the LISCR result against IE has given us hope,” he said.
The 18-year old forward has been an outstanding player for his team since the start of the season. His dribbling skills and ball control tactics play a major role for the team during matches.
Tweh said it will be a shocking result if the team wins the championship; having given up on the title midway through the season.
The Go Blue Boys were left out of the list of title contenders after they dropped to fourth position on the log following results against Monrovia Club Breweries and Nimba United during the second half of the season.
They won the league title last season under the guidance of former coach Cooper Sannah and represented Liberia at this year’s CAF Champions League, where they were edged out by Mozambican side Club Ferroviorio Beira.