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: Derby day
The first of this season's derby matches to be played this Sunday, will see Bevvyheads pitted against Mersey Toffees FC.
The atmosphere has been building up all week and while some fans are reluctant to say who will win, there is quiet confidence from within the team camp that Bevvyheads will prevail on the day.
It is expected that there will be a full house on Sunday and it is unfortunate that the current expansion of the ground will not be ready in time, however everything is being done to ensure fans from both camps will be able to enjoy the day.
The boss in his press conference has promised a thoroughly entertaining game.
: Finally back home
After 9 straight games away Grobbelaar FC finallyget to play at home again. The plagers look forward to enter their perfectly prepaird home pitch again. We are expecting a lot of fans and looking forward to hear the crowds cheering again.
Theese nine games away has also been nine straight victories.
The game tomorrow will be a challenge we meet last seasons champion. The club hopes that the second streek will remain and of course we have agood chance to keep it alive but it will not be "a walk in the park". The key is to take all the scooring opportunities we get against the very strong defense of Two Hopes.
The whole club are looking forward to tomorrow night.
Mersey Toffees FC
: de Palma fit to face leyton
Mersey Toffees have let slip that Aprígio de Palma is surprisingly in contention for a starting berth and will travel with the squad for the trip to leyton wednesday this weekend.
Last week de Palma was ruled out by medical staff but the players determination to play this crucial game is believed to be behind the quick recovery, although he carries a knock into the game it is sure to give coach Chris Landray a selection headache as he saw the club recruit new defender Veit Weber in anticipation of de Palma's absence.
Landray was quoted as saying Weber is a quality defender, although the leadership of de Palmer in the defensive line has been crucial in the Toffees recent success.
Will surely be interesting to see how Landray selects his side for the weekend, will there be a league debut for Weber, will de Palma be considered fit enough to start, will Landray stick to his prefered formation with three in defence or could we see a tactical change? Tune in this sunday to find out!
Mersey Toffees FC
: Toffees turn on the style in season Opener.
In the much anticipated season opening round, the Mersey Toffees put in a classy performance to despatch Hassy FC 8-0, although Hassy FC did come into the season with a cloud of uncertainty hanging over them following the off field dramas and board walk out.
None the less the Toffee's laid down a marker for the season ahead and it was sure to be a memorable day for Isaac Gourdin, who in the absence of Kai Hradecka, made a starting debut for the club following his promotion from the Youth Academy, and in front of his proud family he took his chance with a debut goal to start the Toffees goal spree. Goals followed by Marian Achim(29,32), Siim Leevike(38), Julius Elwell(53,64), Edward Barrett(66) and Gerhart Stimmer(67)
In more concerning news, Aprígio de Palma will certainly miss the second round against Leyton after substaining an injury during the match leaving the Toffees with only two recognised "league quality" defenders whilet Hradecka will be welcomed back into the squad.
: New season underway
It was a slightly disappointed Sam who appeared before the press yesterday after the first game of the season played out to a stalemate.
The boss thought we should have won this one as he felt we had more chances but seemed to be lacking concentration in front of goal.
The gaffer was pleased with the overall performance but was also aware what had to be done to rectify the situation.
Sam was still visibly annoyed with last week's cup opponent who failed to even appear for their game and still no explanation has been offered. This weeks cup game looks to be a tough call and whist everyone is expecting Bevvyheads to crash out, Sam was playing it cool and not commenting on various posts on social media about the team's chances!