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Dec 13, 2012, 8:48 AM
Despite their 1-0 defeat in the hands of Bakau United in the Week 14 of the ongoing GFA First Division league at the weekend, the head coach of Tallinding United Alagie Nyassi remains upbeat, saying his team will bounce back as the league progresses.
He explained that they were just unlucky to collect the three points, as they were evidently the better side.
He attributed their bad luck to injury, as four of his key strikers were nursing injuries.
Coach Nyassi expressed confidence that his team would stay in the GFA first division league and ready for victory in their remaining games in the season.
According to him, they would come all out for a victory against Samger in the Week 15 encounter on Wednesday at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.