The acid-tongue coach guided his side to another landmark in the top flight and that has thrilled him of a hopeful side capable of winning the championship next season.
The former Social Advance and Kinbu Senior high school coach is excited his charges in both the men and women’s division played some pleasing game in the series and hope they can build on the experience garnered and stage a massive challenge for the title which has been heavily dominated by CEPS and Police in the men’s and women’s division respectively.
CEPS won a record-breaking 10 consecutive title this season while Police ladies triumphed for the second time a row this term. – a scenario coach Wilson want to change in the championship next season.
‘My players did their best even though their best was not enough to win the championship but we’re looking forward to next year with so much hope’.
‘We are going to get stronger and continue from where we left off and I’m convinced we’ll be mouthful for the other teams in the series. We know it is going to be a difficult mission to accomplish but we would get there with determination and serious preparations’
By: Patrick Akoto