Liberty Professionals FC coach Reginald Asante Boateng is eyeing a strong finish in the on-going Normalisation Committee Special Competition.
The Scientific Soccer Lads recorded a comfortable 2-0 win over Inter Allies at the Tema Sports Stadium on Wednesday to extend their unbeaten run to five games.
Goals from George Ansong and Francis Owusu gave the Dansoman based side their first away win of the competition and speaking after the game, Reginald Asante expressed delight about his team’s performance.
"It was a good game”. Technically and Tactically our boys were ahead of Inter Allies. But it was a good game especially playing on the AstroTurf," he said.
“For most of our boys, it was a first-time experience but we came here purposely to win because the competition is getting to its latter stages and everybody is giving his best”.
Liberty Professionals FC are currently lying 3rd on the table in Group B behind Hearts of Oak and Karela United and with two games to go, Reginald Asante is living no stone unturned.
“The operation was to win our last three games and we are on course”, he said.
“Our next game is against Dwarfs away from home and with the way our boys have been tactically discipline, we have a chance”, the young gaffer added.
Liberty Professionals will face Ebusua Dwarfs who are currently serving a stadium ban before wrapping up the group stages of the NC Special Competition with a home game against WAFA.