Two days before starting the second and perhaps the most important trip of pulling out one worthy champion out of four teams in the SW Mini Interpools, kick442.com visited the SW FECAFOOT bureau to get first hand information on how the stakeholders were coping with the last minute preparations.
SW FECAFOOT SG, mister Sylvester Esowe in an elaborate manner explained how calm, cool and collected the program would be. In a nutshell, there were no last minute worries because everything had been catered for, way! Ahead of time.
In a swagger filled kind of explanation and hand gesticulations, the SG said:”I am a man of little words”, explaining just how he wants to let his work do the talking.
Mister Esowe added “looking at the number of matches and the formula used (playoffs), almost the same number of games at the national Interpolols, it is going to be a huge asset for us given that our representative would be used to that method”.
“The team that would take it serious would qualify. The teams that have qualified are a mixture and a blend; two teams are surely considered stronger than the other two, but don’t forget what is happening at the AFCON now, with teams like Madagascar and Benin flexing their muscles on so called bigger teams”.
He continued: “there are two big sides and two small ones. Do not be surprised the underdogs spring up a surprise”.
Talking about the organisation in this tedious season, the SG can look back with a smiling face- “I am satisfied in terms of organization. We managed the little time we had in the calendar – but we played fewer Matches; the more matches we play the more you gather experience. We were trying to contain with the FIFA calendar but next season hopefully, everything goes back to normal”.
All roads lead to Limbe on Saturday for some crunching encounters in the SW Mini Interpools with LIFCA taking on Continental FA, and PWD Kumba pitting NQSA.