The Tecmark five-a-side lads took a bit of a beating in the Creative Cup. Taking just 1 point in the tournament, conceding 18 goals and scoring just 5, it wasn’t our finest hour.
There were excuses reasons – honest. Our star striker had the sniffles, our goalkeeper wore short sleeves (everyone knows you can’t dive in short sleeves) and we were short of substitutes. Ahem. Those are our excuses and we’re sticking with them.
But the disappointment of the Creative Cup is behind us and we’re focussed on the league now, which we’ll kick off next Wednesday with a match against CTI Support Network.
We’ve got a formidable squad, combining Arsenal-like youth with Chelsea-like experience, United-like brilliance with City-like confidence and we’re hoping our Liverpool-like inconsistency is a thing of the past!
Here’s the squad!
We’ll post results and match reports on an ongoing basis here and on the Tecmark Twitter account.
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