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Commey confident New Edubiase will finish in the top-four

Published on: 25 March 2014
Commey confident New Edubiase will finish in the top-four
Anthony Commey

New Edubiase coach Anthony Commey feels there is still time to bounce back and snatch a top-four finish despite their precarious position on the table.

Edubiase  find themselves in the mid-table after a topsy turvy campaign campaign this term.

They have amassed  27 points from 21 games and lie 9th on the table with nine games to end the season.

But more than just mathematics, what is indeed worrying for all the Edubiase fans is, there hasn't been any sign yet that exudes confidence that this side can turn the tide under Anthony Commey.

But he is confident that the team can still secure a top-four finish provided they put together a good run of results.

“It’s been pretty difficult for us this season but the objective is to finish in the top-four,” he said

“It’s even more difficult because Hearts, Medeama and Bechem United are doing well at the moment.

“They are all fighting for the position but the point difference is not that much. We’ll fight till the end and then we’ll see how it goes.”

The Fire will host Liberty Professionals in a mid-week fixture in the First Capital Plus Premier League.

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