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Mossley Hill have taken the Northern Combination by storm in recent weeks with an excellent run which has taken them from the lower half to the summit, where they currently lead the table by three points following their 4-2 victory over Middlesbrough.
Kaisha Sohl was one of the goalscorers in the win against 'Boro and she told Women's Soccer Scene about the confidence flowing through the squad and how she believes the Merseyside-based team can go all the way and win the league:
Were you pleased with the team's performance in beating Middlesbrough on Sunday?
I was pleased with our win against Middlesbrough on Sunday, the pitch wasn't the best due to the weather and it could have been a bit scrappy at times, however we fought for the whole 90 minutes and came out with the result we wanted and needed.
Was it ample revenge for your defeat by 'Boro a couple of months ago?
When we played Middlesbrough away a few months ago we were beaten by a goal scored by them in the last minute, which was unlucky. We played really well in that game and deserved to get something from it so it was frustrating when they scored with less than a minute to go. We were definitely out on Sunday to get the three points, the same as we are every week.
The win against Middlesbrough was your tenth in thirteen matches, how high is the confidence within the team now?
The confidence within the team now is very high as we are doing really well this season and have been top of the league for the past few weeks now. We've been playing some good football and we definitely want to stay up there for the rest of the season.
Is there genuine belief amongst the team that you are capable of winning the league?
I think we are capable of winning the league this season, I think all the girls believe we can too. If we carry on playing the way we are then I think we are well in with a chance.
Was there a particular result or performance that convinced you that you could be amongst the challengers?
We have come away with some good results against the top teams in our league, which has been very good for our confidence. I think with the way we began playing and the results we got at the start of the season made us believe we are good enough to be amongst the challengers.
There are still a number of teams in with a chance of the title, who do you think is most likely to stay in the running?
I think the team most likely to stay in the running is Chorley. They were consistent last season and they have been this season also. They are a good team with a strong side and I think they are likely to stay near the top this season.
This week you travel to Chester-le-Street, who beat you earlier in the season. Do you see this match as another big test of your title credentials?
We never underestimate any team in the league - I think every team we come up against is a massive test. We didn't feel we were at our strongest when we played Chester-le-Street earlier this season and that result doesn't reflect how we've been playing since. It will be a test on Sunday but so is every game.
What would it mean to you and the club if you can win the league this season?
I think it would mean a lot to me, the girls and the club if we were to win the league this season. It's our first year under the new management and new players coming into the team so it would prove that the changes made have been positive. It would show that the hard work everyone has put in all season has paid off as we have pulled together as a team this season and it's showing with the way we are playing.
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