After seeing his team defeating Stade Malien de Bamako at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia during the first leg the “Go Blue Boys” head coach Copper Sannah has urged his players to fight for their futures on Sunday away from home.
Copper Sannah says his BYC players must fight to prove their worth against their host Stade Malien to seal qualification.
The Liberian League champions have struggled in their league of late this season, where they are currently 3rd on the table, and have lost two games at home this season but put up super performances against FC Johansen in a friendly which the Liberia Champions won 2-1 and beat Stade Malien on Feb 12, during the first leg 1-0.
Having already won at home Copper said he will select a strong lineup for Sunday encounter but says his players must be ready to fight for their qualification something he is hopeful of.
"Everybody at the club has a job, and, of course, our management has done everything necessary, now is our time to give back," he told a the SKY FM ahead of Sunday's game against Stade Malien in the CAF Champions League.
"We have to fight only players who wants to fight until the end will play Sunday because we need to work hard to win or qualify ."
"I will make few changes because I need to adopt different style of Play," he said.
"Now we have to be focused on Sunday match and collect a point so we have to fight."
When asked if the treatment from their host will have any part to play on his players the current best coach in Liberia said his players are in the right mind set for the game.
He noted that his target is to win away from home or get a point to seal their qualification.