Debbah Looks to Shock Tunisia as Bility and Minister N’tow Urge Players to Deliver the Goods
National Team Head Coach James Debbah said he is optimistic of a big win on Sunday against Tunisia’s Carthage Eagles.
Debbah said the team is built with both young and experienced players. He said his focus for the friendly with Morocco was to identify local players that will fit into the team.
“We have the players to do the job and we are going to beat Tunisia on home soil,” he stated.
The Liberian coach boasted that the Tunisians are no match and he trusts the ability of the players he has to do the damage.
Debbah described Tunisia as a good opponent for which he has respect.
Meanwhile, LFA President Musa Bility who arrived in Tunisia Friday called on the players to die a little for the country. Mr.Bility wants the players to take their chances when it comes during the game.
The LFA Boss expressed his gratitude over the high level of collaboration among the players and technical staff including Senator George Weah who has been working alongside the technical staff on tactics and strategy since the team arrived in Monastir, Tunisia.
At the same time, Youth and Sports Minister Saah Charles N’tow is urging players of the Lone Star to do their best in order to make the millions of Liberians around the world happy.
The Youth and Sports Minister believes the players have the talents and can just put in a little more than they have done to achieve glory.
Minister N’tow commended the players for reaching the country this far in the qualifiers but pleaded with them to reach the finish line by beating Tunisia on Sunday.