After making their way into this year’s Limacol Knockout Football final, both Police and Pouderoyen FC have promised that they would play hard enough to make this year’s final one to remember. With both teams netting just one goal to make it past the semi-final round and into their most crucial match, both teams are confident that they have what it took to take home the win, given that they have put in the right amount of work.Pouderoyen Captain Marvin GriffithSpeaking to Guyana Times Sport, Pouderoyen Captain Marvin Griffith stated that his team was happy with their performance, and also stressed on the fact that they did not concede any goals.“We all are happy; we planned for this and we executed our plan,” Griffith proudly stated.But Pouderoyen were also aware that they would have to go to the drawing board to identify and improve their weak areas.“I can’t really say right now, but when we go back for our recovery, the coach and the management body will decide that based on how they saw the team play,” Griffith said.Meanwhile, Police Coach Dwayne Bobb has already pointed out the areas that would need work in order to overcome their opponents.“Well, when I watched them, I saw them moving the ball quite well and we would really have to work at practice. Practising the moves, getting behind the defenders, strikers coming forward with the ball, you know, disrupt them a bit because they’re looking sound,” he explained.In talking strategy for his side, Griffith boasted that his team were ready for the final. He noted that they were not afraid or intimidated by their opponents, and the team’s focus was set on bringing home the grand prize.“We don’t watch face when we’re playing football: whoever challenges us, that’s how we play. We put our best foot forward in hoping for a big victory.”Expressing similar sentiments, Bobb is also keen on walking away with the $600,000 cash prize that is reserved for this year’s winner.“Come Friday’s finals, we have to definitely put in the work ‘cause tonight’s game could have been better for us, but as I will say again we have to come and put out the work. Because we always try to get the players to work together, so that the games will be better,” Bobb said.