Coach Andy Nana Sinasson has credited the meteoric rise of Liberty Professionals to his Boss – Silas Tetteh.

Despite enduring a tumultuous first round, the scientific soccer lads have suddenly tweaked the equation in their favour and Andy Sinasson believes that the addition of the former Black Stars coach to the bench is what is propelling the team to its new height.

The Dansoman based club continued their fine form in the second round yesterday having beaten Berekum Chelsea 2-0 at the Red Bull Arena in Sogakope and Andy Sinasson in his post match interview attributed their current form to the influence of Silas Tetteh.

“Everybody knows that Bobor [Silas Tetteh] is a renowned coach and someone who knows his left from his right so if you have someone like him behind you, then it is a plus.

“His presence on the bench alone is enough.

“He is the one doing everything. I’m now coming up, learning on the trade, and he’s the one pushing me.”

Liberty Professionals who were deep down the relegation basket have been on renaissance in the last three weeks, winning all their last three matches on the road, beating Elmina Sharks [4-0], Eleven Wonders [1-0], and Berekum Chelsea [2-0].

What is interesting to note here, however, is that they have scored seven goals and have considered just one in their last three games.

The rejuvenated Liberty Professionals [24 points] have moved to the 14th position on the league table.

Coach Silas Tetteh led the Ghana U-20 [Black Satellites] to win gold at the AFCON U-23 tournament and FIFA Youth Championship in 2009.