Jai FC will be targeting a perfect win in another Liberia Football Association second division championship clash when they meet Barrack Young Controller Two on Saturday.
The Gardnersville outfit will look to win their 14th league match at the Blue Field after a 1-1 draw in the first leg at the ATS between the two sides.
Jai wants to use the match against BYC-II to put behind them the early exist from the FA Cup after a 1-0 lost to Nimba United. The team has 22 points from 13 matches so far in the ongoing league this season and is 4th position on the LFA Division 2 league table.
President Jitendra believes his club is a formidable side in the second Division league; noting their record will give them much confidence against the “Mountaineers”.
He is optimistic that his team will gain lot of experience playing against Nimba United because United is one of the biggest clubs in Liberia.“We are not afraid because football is not a fighting competition, where you are going to throw blow. It is an exhibition of talent, and the team that has better talent will trump as winner,” he added.
He said the club was founded in 2009 to help develop Liberian talents.The Jai FC president said the Club struggle to reach their current destination.“I founded the club in 2009 in the Gardenersville Sub-Committee, we qualified the following year and two years later we moved to second division.
Jitendra praised Liberian players, noting they can archive higher height if they focus on their career development.
In head-to-head statistics, City and Arrows have met in just one previous second flight league match.That encounter took place earlier this season, with the both side settled to a 1-1 draw.A win at the Blue Field against BYC-II will see the Gardnersville-based club move third on the table with 25 points.