Week 9, The Fourth of Four Relegation 6 Pointers in a Row.

After Kennet Gothenburg slipped home a dubious penalty in the 6th minute, few would have thought that would be the only goal scored in the game. However, after another 84 minutes of missed chances by both sides, the game ended:

F.C. Carmel – U de Chiclay 1-0

This completed a double over U de Chiclayo for F.C. Carmel Guardians, both improving their chances of survival and damning Chiclayo to either a relagation scrap or auto demotion.

“I like our chances going into the next game,” The manager/owner began.

“It will be a grudge match. They’ve beaten us at home, something we don’t allow to pass lightly this time of the season. Usually we need the first half of the season to pick up steam, then we tend to dominate at home. I expect we will play a couple teams a whole lot tougher than we did the first time we played them.”

The Guardians are also boosted by the new $1.75 million recruit Cay Bahrgehr.

The owner likes what he sees.

“Cay is probably the second or third best playmaker in our squad now, but we loved how quick is he, as well as his marginal talent at both winger, passing and scoring. We will end up playing him as a winger, and his ability to change speeds is going to come in handy on sunday.”

The Guardians will travel to visit the Wanderers in a grudge match dating back to their defeat and home in week 7.

Desert Wanderers¬†–¬†F.C. Carmel Guardi

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