Today in week 6 we kicked off at 9.30 at Cheslyn hay leisure centre against Sutton Utd Pumas in the second week of the tournament. With the results last week not going to how we planned the pressure was off and the pumas could get back to what they do best and play tremendous football while having fun at the same time. We played some brilliant football today and can see that every game we are improving as a team, we still have a lot to learn and improve on but we couldn’t ask for any more from our puma.

Goal Scorers – Charlie Ashley Footes – 3                William Dorricott – 1

Man of the Match – Bray Makin


Our Second Game of the day was against Walsall phoenix panthers And again we played amazingly passing the ball around and working hard a team when we lost possession. From our goalkeeper to our striker we stuck together and worked to ball around. We had a lot of chances which we need to work on at training but once again we can’t ask for much more.

Goal scorers – Charlie Ashley Footes – 1               Karam Poonian – 1

Man of the Match – Charlie Ashley Footes

With training extending to twice a week we can get more playing time with our team and work on certain aspects what need to be addressing.


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