New Edubiase forward, Fuseini Nuhu says their final premier league game against Heart of Lions was a match of their destiny as they wanted to maintain their premiership status.
It was a battle for survival as relegation was smiling at both teams; Heart of Lions went into the game with the aim of getting a draw while Edubiase needed all the three points.
However, the New Edubiase based club were delight to watch on the day as they taught Lions some football lessons, Nuhu Fusieni and Bernard Ofori had a brace each in the game while Tanko Mohammed and Osman Muntaka struck a goal each for the way side as the game ended 4-2 on Sunday at the Obuasi Len Clay stadium which eventually aided New Edubiase to maintain their premiership status as the Kpando based club got relegated for the first time in 12 years since they got promoted into the elite division in 2003.
And undoubtedly Edubiase’s best player for the season, Nuhu Fuseini who increased his goal tally to 14 goals after bagging brace in the final premier league game said their match against Heart of Lions was a match of their destiny.
“Our performance on the day was fantastic, it was a tough game because Lions needed a draw to survive in the league and it was a match of our destiny but we were determined to win the game at all cost and at the end it paid off,” Nuhu Fusieni told Allsports.com.gh.
The 25 year old attacker added: “Due to how we struggled in the 2014/15 season it has been a big lesson for us, we have learned a lot from it and I hope our management will prepare well come next season”.
At the end of the season New Edubiase finished at the 9th position with 42 points.