By Patrick Akoto
Liberty Professionals trainer George Lamptey has admitted his side have been poor this season because he did not prepare the team adequately.
Liberty’s tired and depleted side have looked out of sort at the start of the season where they have picked a single point from their last two games.
They were held at home by returnee King Faisal and beaten 2-0 by newly promoted Amidaus Professionals 2-0 at the Tema sports stadium last weekend.
The scientic soccer lads had poor pre-season and their trainer fears his side will be undercooked if they don’t start winning.
“Defensively we look fragile and so we have a lot of work to do,” Lamptey said
“We didn’t have a good pre-season and I believe that has accounted for our poor start.
“It’s a worrying situation and something drastic must be done.”
Liberty host Ashantigold at the Sly Tetteh Memorial Park on Sunday.