SWL: Best Stars Hopeful Despite Shocking Defeat

Best Stars

By Dean Mongo Eyieh

Djoufack Saturnin hopes his charges are smart and humble to learn from their shock 2-0 defeat against Isohsa on Sunday

” We got sluggish and complacent, dropping the intensity levels. This defeat has to burn within us and teach us a real lesson, getting our feet back on the ground,” Djoufack Saturnin said after to the game.

Goals from Clinton Ngweh and Nick Jeffafa condemned Best stars Academy to its opening defeat against a team widely considered as underdogs in this season’s title race.

And coach Djoufack Saturnin now hopes his players from their shock defeat to Isohsa

Isohsa has a history of bullying top dogs in this division on Match week One. In the previous campaign  they ran riot against Victoria United in their first league match.

Isohsa coach Ayissi Lucas believes the club wants to correct mistakes made in the previous campaign where the wheels soon fell off after a decent start to the season.

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