Chairman for Ports Authority Media team Musa Sesay has told Awoko Sports that this time around they are going to take the lead in the Africell-sponsored Premier league for good, as they are going to win today’s match against one of their eastern rivals, Kissy All Stars at the National Stadium in Freetown in the ongoing league.
According to Musa Sesay, the team is back on track to make sure that it wins this year’s championship which is their dream, as the management of Ports Authority and the executive are looking forward to see this dream become a reality.
“That is why the players and the technical team are doing everything in their power to make sure that they win all the remaining matches and we have players to make sure that it happens”.
In the other matches, Kissy All Stars who were promoted to the premier league are going in today’s match as the underdogs, but with Harold Nat-Johnson in the technical team, for Kissy All stars are going to make today’s match very difficult for Ports Authority.
.Also tomorrow, Saturday June 18 at the National Stadium, Blackpool who has not performed well in this year’s league, will lock horns with Nepean Stars who are presently facing relegation, as they have only secured 4 points
Blackpool needs to win tomorrow’s match at least to give some hope to their fans that are very angry over their team’s performance, while Nepean Stars are bent on winning their remaining matches to avoid relegation.
In Makeni, Wusum Stars will host Freetown City FC at the Wusum Field while on Sunday June 19 at the National Stadium, Old Edwardians will engage the defending champions, East End Lions in an exciting match.
East End Lions who walloped Kamboi Eagles by four goals to one (4-1) in their last match at National Stadium, are prepared to continue their winning spree to retain the championship trophy for the third consecutive time.
A win in Sunday’s match will keep their hopes alive, expecting that their arch rivals for the championship Ports Authority and Kamboi Eagles will lose points on the way.
Old Edwardians Coach Amidu Koroma said they are looking forward to Sunday’s match to surprises football fans in the country that Old Edwardians are still a team to reckon with when it comes to Sierra Leone football.