Bomi aim to break unwanted 10 years record
SOURCE: EDWIN DOLO
Bomi Defender Joe Quaye celebrate goal with fans
Bomi Defender Joe Quaye celebrate goal with fans









The “Blue Lake Boys” have not made it to Monrovia since they triumphed over Rivergee in the 2008-2009 soccer final, thus breaking the awful record is the top priority of the technical team, players and officials of the County.

Bomi County is aiming to qualify to the next round of the National County Sports Meet for the first time since 2008-2009 5-2 victory over Rivergee when they battle Gbarpolu County this Friday in Robertsport City, Grand Cape Mount County.

The game will come alive today at the Momo Taweh Sports Pitch which is pressed on both sides by a mountain range and Lake Piso.

Both sides still got hope of making it to Monrovia, but Bomi have a better advantage following their emphatic 2-0 win over hosts Grand Cape Mount on Tuesday.

Howbeit they will still need a point against hopeful Gbarpolu to archive the feast as a 3-0 defeat will see them bid goodbye yet again.

“We have one mandate and that command is to take Bomi County to Monrovia nothing short of that” Technical Director Elvis Sirleaf told INSIGHT Sports Tuesday.

Sirleaf, an ardent youth football administrator said the disturbing record will be broken this season evidence of his side excellence performance against Cape Mount.

The SAMIRA FC CEO and President praised citizens of Bomi for the moral support they have given the county. He has however called for more financial support for both teams.

 

The “Blue Lake Boys” have not made it to Monrovia since they triumphed over Rivergee in the 2008-2009 soccer final, thus breaking the awful record is the top priority of the technical team, players and officials of the County.

Bomi County is aiming to qualify to the next round of the National County Sports Meet for the first time since 2008-2009 5-2 victory over Rivergee when they battle Gbarpolu County this Friday in Robertsport City, Grand Cape Mount County.

The game will come alive today at the Momo Taweh Sports Pitch which is pressed on both sides by a mountain range and Lake Piso.

Both sides still got hope of making it to Monrovia, but Bomi have a better advantage following their emphatic 2-0 win over hosts Grand Cape Mount on Tuesday.

Howbeit they will still need a point against hopeful Gbarpolu to archive the feast as a 3-0 defeat will see them bid goodbye yet again.

“We have one mandate and that command is to take Bomi County to Monrovia nothing short of that” Technical Director Elvis Sirleaf told INSIGHT Sports Tuesday.

Sirleaf, an ardent youth football administrator said the disturbing record will be broken this season evidence of his side excellence performance against Cape Mount.

The SAMIRA FC CEO and President praised citizens of Bomi for the moral support they have given the county. He has however called for more financial support for both teams.

 
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