Ernest Hallowell is hoping for a double celebration as he looks to guide his side to their second straight victory of the controversial Premier League on Monday.
The Country’s football body has not approved the league which is organised by a rival faction fighting to take over the current SLFA executive.
However, following Bo Rangers 2-0 opening day victory over Old Edwardians at the Bo City Stadium, they host Freetown giant club Mighty Blackpool at the same venue.
The 51-year-old, who will be ordained as a pastor on Sunday 7, 2016 at the New Harvest Global Ministry Bo, is preparing to celebrate a major accomplishment a day before taking on Mighty Blackpool.
He insists his team will go all out for another victory. “A win against Blackpool will be a double celebration’s for me. It was a good to start and a difficult victory against a difficult side like Edwards.
“Sometimes it’s difficult to start well, but if we can win our first two – will be good for the club.
“We’re doing everything possible to approach every match confidently and positively.
“As usual, the team has been training well trying to master and stabilize our formation and tactics because no two games are the same,” Hallowell told footballsierraleone.net.
On Blackpool: “They’re well organised, compact football side, one of the best in the country.”
06/02/16: Gem Stars 0-0 FC Kallon. Venue: Approved School
06/02/16: Old Edwardians 1-1 E.E. Lions Venue: Siaka Stevens Stadium
Sun. 07/02/16: Diamond Stars 0-0 Anti-Drugs Strikers Venue: Kono
Sun. 07/02/16: Central Parade 2-1 FC FC Venue: Parade
Mon. 08/02/16: Bo Rangers 1-1 Mighty Blackpool Venue: Bo Stadium