LPRC Oilers Manager Cooper Sannah says, their last game of the season against relegated Nimba FC this Sunday is as tough as playing their closest title rivals LISCR or Nimba Kwado.
The defending champions who have been fighting throughout the course of the season which at the verge of completion this Sunday to retain their crown will have to beat the Mountain Lions to maintain the title.
Speaking to KMTV on Friday, the LPRC Oilers Coach said the contest on Sunday is a very tough one, but they will fight their way through.
The gaffer is also is sure-footed of his side collecting the 3 points to be crowned champions for a second successive time.
“We respect our opponents so much despite being relegated, but we’ll be taking man boot-by-boot to make sure that we get the maximum three points to come up with a flying color.” Sannah said.
The heavyweight are currently first on the league table log with one point ahead of their immediate contenders, LISCR FC.
“We’ve suffered too much since the genesis of the season we’ve always been between first and second on the table we’ve never dropped third so coming to lost the championship at the end of the season will be something that no player or member of thy team will ever forget.
We’re coming with everything and it’s good that we don’t have any injury setback for now…we’ll fight from the start of the whistle to the end.”
He asserted. Sannah who had previously won the league title with both BYC and LISCR before coming to win the title with LPRC says this season is one of the toughest he has ever played.
The reigning champions have won 12, drawn 7 and lost 2 out of 21 games this season and have 43 points atop the log. A win over Nimba FC this Sunday will see them lifting their second consecutive title.