Manchester Futsal Club prepare to make the long 145-mile journey to the Cambridge University Sports Centre where they will face Cambridge United Futsal Club on Sunday.
Sergi Saldana’s men will go into the game on the back of a disappointing 4-1 defeat to Birmingham and will want to turn their fortunes around after a lot of bad at the Belle Vue Sports Centre last weekend.
It will be a stern test for the Blues as Cambridge came through to beat Loughborough in what was a fairly tight game and an important result for them as the two team are still very close at the bottom of the Super League.
Saldana is confident that his side that get the win that they need tomorrow.
“The way that the team has been playing of late, we have been unlucky with some of the results we have had, especially last week. We are hopeful that we can turn our fortunes around by keep playing the way we have been and I am confident we can get the three points. With the right attitude we can achieve this for sure.
ManchesterFutsal.com asked the gaffer whether he could get his team in contention to challenge for the top spot in the Super League come April.
“I don’t think about it. We just concentrate on training every week, stride to improve and we will see where the results take us in the future.”
It’s a big weekend for the Blues who will look to bounce straight back to winning ways at the Cambridge University Sports Centre, kick off at 2:30pm.