Sierra Leone Premier League 2019 – Bo Rangers and Kamboi Eagles Set for a showpiece
Days become weeks and weeks turn months, the moment of anticipation and hype from fans and neutrals is something set to become history as the actual “the day” of the meeting between giants of the South and those of the East, is just under 24 Hrs.
Bo Rangers and Kamboi Eagles meet for the first time this season in the ongoing Sierra Leone Premier League on Friday, 29th March, 2019 but this time in a neutral venue where passion and emotion will be outclassed by teamwork and individual brilliance to lead one into glory.
The league’s bottom side, Bo Rangers, despite down, may never want a defeat against their closest neighbors, Kamboi Eagles in a footballing combat. The die is cast and there’s only one alternative to take the Rangers out of the bottom, and that alternative is to win both remaining matches against Kamboi Eagles and Mighty Blackpool respectively.
Yet to win at home soil, Kamboi Eagles may reminisce the three winning moments at East End Tigers, Parade and Old Edwardians as inspiration to creating another home heartbreak for Bo Rangers whose only hope of taking them off the bottom, is to take home all three points.
With just one win, three draws and six defeats, fans of Bo Rangers are thoughtful their team is in the wrong position expected by them before the league’s commencement, and may need a drastic technical approach to salvage their winning woes. A win on Friday may be the most cherished.
Having lost just two, drawing six and winning three, the Eagles may feel their fifteen (15) points tally is no commensuration to their past performances. A point they will have to prove on Friday evening.
The Siaka Stevens Stadium on Friday evening will be filled with football enthusiasts from the provinces who will come miles away seeking the excitement of this historic match and the drama it entails.
The midfield struggle is sure to light up the evening as fans favourite, Nathaniel Tongovula (Anderson) comes face to face with Sierra Leone football new midfield sensation, Ibrahim Turay (Computer).
Bo Rangers are paying a price for not playing this high profile match in their home turf after incidences of fans intrusion, pitch invasion and crowd trouble forced the Premier League Board (PLB) to relocate their remaining two matches at the Siaka Stevens Stadium and act as a deterrent to other intending perpetrators.
© I Rep Salone