Coach Sobah Mohamed described the clash against mighty Maziya as the “The Big Match” for his newly promoted Green Streets side. Green Streets who is all set to meet defending champions Maziya this evening has already shocked Victory and Valencia.
Describing the match against Maziya as the big match, Sobah said that even though his opponent is the champions, he will not go home empty handed.
“We are facing the strongest team in Maldives, in terms of players, coaches and also preparations”.
New comers Green Streets have already shocked Victory and Valencia in their opening two games. Green Street won by a goal to nil against Victory and was held by Valencia with a score of one goal each.
Even though Sobahs side has surprisingly won 4 points in the first two games against Victory and Valencia, Sobah believes Maziya is better than his last two opponents.
“We cannot even compare Maziya with Victory and Valencia. It is going to be a lot more difficult than those two games”.
“But, I am not going home empty handed. I want my boys to take home at-least a point from this game”.