By Patrick Akoto
Liberty Professionals coach George Lamptey admits the Premier League table makes unpleasant reading after their second successive home draw left them five points behind leaders Berekum Chelsea.
Liberty were once again left frustrated after they drew goalless with Ashantigod at the Sly Tetteh Memorial Park on Sunday.
The Dansoman-based side have lost the spark that earned them the scientific soccer lads tag some seasons ago.
They are now bottom of the table and have to work to do simply get back into contention for the top four, nevermind reeling in Chelsea.
And Lamptey said: The gap is very unpleasant and we have to do something about it. The pressue is on us but I believe we can make it to the top,”
“I am happy because we’re starting to play well and I believe by the end of the season, we shall see how it goes.
“They boys are now beginning to understand the need to win matches. We played well against Ashantigold but the goals simply did not come.
“I’m hopeful however things will start changing son.”
Liberty travel to Kpando to face Heart of Lions on Wednesday