Soccer News of Sunday, 29 May 2011
Source: Prince Dornu-Leiku
Former Hearts of Oak star Francis Bossman hopes to end his first season in Serbia on a high when his side FK Sloboda Sevojno take on champions-elect Partizan Belgrade tomorrow on the last match day of the 2010/11 season.
Bossman has done well for Sevojno, making 16 appearances and netting a goal to help his side lay claim to 5th spot, now he wants to end his first term in style.
Bossman has told All Sports from his base in Serbia that he is fired for Saturday’s big game against the champions. The man who moved to the Serbian league from New Edubiase wants to leave a lasting image in the eyes of Sevonjo fans and will going in for all the tackles, so much he is prepared to even take the scalp of compatriots Prince Tagoe and Dominic Adiyiah should any of the duo feature for Partizan.
“It’s been a wonderful and successful first season, I have enjoyed every moment and the club are also happy with my performance. I am happy and I think the only way to pay back the love of the club and the fans is to give them a good game on Saturday.
“It’s an unbelievable pleasure to play against fellow Ghanaians and I hope to enjoy it but it does not mean I will take it soft against my former teammate (at Hearts of Oak) Prince Tagoe who is a very good friend or Adiyiah. I will give all I can to help Sevonjo win,” Bossman has told All Sports.