Preview: 29th Match vs Birkirkara Published on: 19-04-2012

Our second game from the last round, a very important appointment which can lead us to the way of Champions................Sunday's match will be a tough encounter, not only because of the sporty rivalry that has existed between these two clubs for the last decade or so, but also because Birkirkara are looking for maximum possible points from this encounters in a desperate attempt to secure a place in Europe next season. But nonetheless, our commitments to win the league are not yet over.

The players are determined to make this a season to remember. We all want to make Mr Sciriha and his fellow committee members so happy after all their hard work and commitment these last years. Valletta is a great Club with fantastic opportunities and a bright future. Just wait and see. There is much more to come for this wonderful society. Our Club has yet to flourish and attain much more, thanks to the big yet sensible investments of the President and the hard working loyal men around him’.

After loosing their last encounter against a bright side Floriana, Birkirkara are now in need of points to stay in touch with the first three teams and will hence probably field an offensive side for next Sunday's encounter. In my opinion B'Kara has one of the best lineups and will give this match their 150 % for various reasons. Valletta will have to be at their very best for this game to ensure and continue the positive unbeaten run and the road to the 21st Championship. As usual, Birkirkara will not make it easy at all’.

‘On the other side, Jesmond Zerafa will be having all the squad for his service. We will line up the best team to start this so important match. Back in our posts we will be welcoming back our number one goalkeeper and vice captain, after being ruled out of our last match against Balzan Youths, due to suspension.

We should really forget our last performance, and have to be much better on the field if we want to beat Birkirkara. With a win this weekend we will surely be having a hand and a half on the league cup, and on the 21st league celebrations.

‘My last usual word of gratitude goes to them......... all you Lilywhite supporters, our twelfth man on the pitch, the topmost reason which has attracted our beloved President to this glorious Club. Our Club is so special because you are great..... We are the specialty of Maltese Football, the Pride of the Country where support in football is involved.

I want to see you all go crazy this last month. You deserve it. You have been behind us all the time, game in, game out also in more difficult times, where perhaps our performances were not matching your expectations’.

‘On behalf of the Players and the Technical staff, I would like to thank you for your persistent support and continuous encouragement. In return, we shall strive to make you even happier, there is more to win until the season halts. And if we maintain this atmosphere and spirit, we shall do it. Just wait and see’.