By Patrick Akoto
Berekum Arsenals head coach Anthony Allotey insists his side go into the derby against Chelsea full of confidence despite their shaky start to the season.
The gunners are yet to win a game after recording two successive draws in the top flight.
They left it late to pick a point off Ebusua Dwarfs in their opening game before being held 1-1 at home by All Stars last weekend.
Fixtures involving the two teams have always been engrossing and Sunday’s meeting at the Golden City Park will be nothing short of intriguing and mind-blowing.
Chelsea have an array of stars at their disposal but Arsenals newly appointed trainer has heightened the importance of victory.
“We know the game is going to be very difficult but I believe we’ll win the game,” a confident Allotey said
“This is a local derby and therefore means the dynamics are different. The players are all friends and play together when we’re on break.
“I must admit that Chelsea have many stars but stars don’t play football. It is team work and cohesion.
“We’ll do our best to win the game for our fans.”
Chelsea beat their cross-town rivals back-to-back last season.