Sierra Leone Premier League leaders, East End Lions boss, John Keister has insisted his men are solely focused on taking each game at a time.
Talks of Lions are with the advantage of lifting this year’s title is not the most important to the former Walsall and Dover Athletic man.
Keister’s side still unbeaten leading their closest rivals FC Kallon by three points with a game in hand.
With three games to lift this year’s title, Keister will be on the dugout again when Lions host Freetown City FC on Saturday at the Freetown Brookfields Stadium.
It will be top against a mid-table contest. However, the man who has guided Lions to a run of 21 games undefeated, has reiterated securing as many points as possible is key in their remaining games.
The technician was very pleased with victory over FC Kallon a few days ago.
“I’m not really looking too ahead, just looking at the next three important matches we have,” he told FSL News.
“We still have three very difficult games, and our approach will be trying to get as many points as possible before looking at anything else.”
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Flashback Photo: 28 Oct 2000: John Keister of Shrewsbury Town in action during the Nationwide League Division Three match against Torquay United at Gay Meadow in Shrewsbury, England. The match was drawn 1-1. Picture by Paul Broadrick. \ Mandatory Credit: Allsport UK /Allsport
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