PhytoNutrition United FC
Hustling for a Top-Four Spot
The Canadian Corporate Soccer League (CCSL) is proud to welcome its newest member. PhytoNutrition United FC who joined the COED Division 2. Despite a mixed start to this summers campaign, the players are not afraid to voice their ambitions. After the game against IATA FC, captain Daniele Vani reveals his plans to finish under the top-four at the end of the summer.
Halftime breaks are usually good opportunities for players to catch a deep breath before going into the final minutes of a match. If you would sneak into the locker room of PhytonNutrition United FC, you would get an entirely different impression though. Instead of taking it easy for a few moments, the players tend to gather around Daniele Vani and listen carefully to his take on the first 30 minutes. “As captain, I am always trying to be vocal. For me it’s very important to give every one of my teammates a clear direction, otherwise we won’t improve our game on a long-term basis”, said Mr. Vani in an interview with the CCSL. Since PhytoNutrition United FC was able to pull off a much better second half in most of their match-ups during the season, it seems like that the motivational speeches didn’t miss their mark.
One of the players, who can make a difference on the pitch this year, is Miguel Dominguez. The rookie is pulling the strings at the heart of the midfield. “Miguel is more than impressive on and off the ball. His selfless passing game helps us tremendously to create chances. He is one of the main reasons why I think that we can reach a top-four spot”, said Mr. Vani in a calm and confident tone.
The way to the top of the charts will be nothing but challenging for PhytoNutrition United FC. After all, it is all about consistency in the COED Division 2. Keeping the small size of the team into consideration, the season could go south very quickly. If some of the key players suffer from injuries or simply underperform during a couple of match days, it might be a little too hard for PhytoNutrition United FC to keep up the pace. “The three dominant teams in the league tend to have at least four players, who played upper level soccer in their careers. That is a huge advantage especially when it comes down to the offense of end. Unfortunately, we don’t have this luxury yet”, admitted Mr. Vani openly.
Even if the fight for the championship in the COED Division 2 is going to be tough, there is one thing that the players in the red jerseys can be certain about: their fitness. Since PhytoNutrition is a company that provides people with healthy diet plans, the team around Daniele Vani will be in an excellent physical condition all summer long. Thus, upsets like the 5-0 loss in the second match of the season against PwC United FC are not going to happen often. It seems rather plausible that all players will run as long as their legs can still carry them.
We look forward to seeing more from PhytoNutrition United FC.
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