We are fighting till the end – Taylor
Harbour View's head coach Fabian Taylor said his side will fight to the end in a bid to avoid relegation from this year's Red Stripe Premier League.
With four games remaining in the competition, Harbour View are currently 10th in the standings on 28 points. Montego Bay United are in 11th spot on 27 points while Reno sit at the bottom on 23 points.
Harbour View have had a poor run of form that has seen them failing to win a game in their last eight matches. In fact, the Stars of the East record in their last eight games stands at three defeats and five draws.
But despite this, Taylor told STAR Sports that his players are committed and they are working very hard to ensure that they avoid relegation.
"There are a lot of nerves, but I think we have the team to pull through this," said Taylor.
"We have been struggling in the last six games, but I think we have the players to do it, and the players are really upbeat that they can stay out of this relegation fight," he said.
"It is worrying for us, but I am up for the challenge. That is why I am here, because I could have walked away and chose not to and stay. This is my club and I am staying put."
Harbour View will face Humble Lion, Cavalier, Reno and Arnett Gardens in the last four games. Taylor said these matches are going to be very difficult, but he is confident that they can pull through.
"We are going to be fighting all the way to the end. All these four games are tough games, but we are going to take each game at a time," Taylor said.
"We have Humble Lion on Sunday and it is going to be a very difficult game because they are three points ahead of us, but we are ready and raring to go to get three points from them."