We will fight to stay afloat – Evans Owusu
Liberty Professionals was the only away side that defied odds to post a narrow victory over Eleven Wonders at the Obuasi Ley Clay Stadium, their second win of the second round thus far in the league.
The recent appointment of Silas Tetteh seems to have breathed a new lease of life into the Dansoman based club, and it’s no doubt that, the lads have quickly adapted to the experienced trainer’s tactics.
This newfound form has definitely sunk into the boys and according to Evans Owusu, who recently switched camps from Kotoko expressed happiness with the way things are slowly folding for his new side.
“We will thank God for the important victory today, currently the level of seriousness and motivation is beyond measure”.
“It’s sad that we have moved away from Carl Reindorff but our new venue (Sogakope Red Bull Arena) is a wonderful pitch to play on, hopefully, the results will start coming, this is our second win from three matches so far in the second round”.
When queried on his performance since moving from Kotoko to his new side, Liberty, he remarked “The shift from Kotoko to Liberty hasn’t been easy but I am happy to have settled in quickly, together with my new teammates, we’ll fight to stay afloat in the league”. he told Saharafootball.Net
Evans Owusu has been an integral figure for Liberty featuring in five games so far.