Queria partilhar este pequeno video onde podem ficar a conhecer esta competição, Gothia Cup. Se puxarem o video para os 5’30” podem encontrar uma equipa feminina portuguesa que participou nesta competição e que fez questão de entrar no video. Enquanto Portuguesa fico sempre feliz quando vejo outros portugueses nestas provas internacionais. Espreitem e partilhem, pois acho que elas não fazem a mínima ideia de que estas memórias ficaram de alguma forma gravadas.
Here’s a quick interview after qualifying to Gothia Cup quarter finals last summer. Looking back to what we experienced, we couldn’t be more proud of that achievement because the boys work really hard throughout the season. This competition allows these children to compete to a highest level and this is the only way we can improve the quality of our game at Regent’s Park FC.
Heads up for the U10’s Ewoks Camden & Islington Youth League. Coach Marla has some comments on the defeat 0-3 today against European FA.
”Even playing with less one player for the entire game, my boys understood perfectly what they had to do in the game, job and responsibilities and came across with some good goal opportunities specially on the second half. Unfortunately we weren’t happy on that last shot but i’m really proud of their commitment to the team.
Big thank you to the parents that where there supporting us! There’s something special about this team…they have character and heart and that’s something that you can only get when the parents are outstanding and family values runs through their hearts. So thank you all for that. This is beginning and we will improve!
Deal Town Rangers Youth Football Tournament
After two hours driving from London to Deal Town Rangers, the U11’s where also ready to play some games. In the group stage, the boys where a little bit nervous and anxious and started losing the first two games.
Although we controlled the games with goals opportunities created by the boys the ball wasn’t just touching the net due to superb goal keepers performances on the other side. But that didn’t stop the Kings. By the third game they started bouncing back showing all their caracter and personality.
They finished 3rd on the group stage but made it all the way to the final with an outstanding team performance and the only thing that was missing on the final game was the goal. They were dominant and organized, attacking and defending and deserved to win this final, but that’s football.
In the end was as outstanding preparation for Gothia Cup 2017 because nothing is going to be easy on Gothia because all the teams want to put their hand on the trophy.
A big thank you to the Kings parents that support us all the way through the day under a 30º hot sun, keeping the boys fresh and hydrated. Without them this results wouldn’t be possible. Thank you all.
Regent’s Park League I 2017
U8 Rebels had a big today against Kentish Town and they lost 4-0 but coach Marlene Laundos as a few words for her boys.
” My boys keep impressing me every single game. They are getting more awareness on the game and how to play it, as a team, as a group, as a family. Our core values in Regent’s Park are quite simple. The intelligence, the optimistic warmth, work ethic, empathy, self-awareness, witch can only get stronger and tougher game after game.
Obviously i need to shout out a big thank you to all the parents, carers, that are walking along with their sons, making sure they are not alone, and especially showing how proud they are on their boys, no matter what. Every game it’s a new challenge, and we will keep on working hard, try our best, with all our hearts and minds until the end of the season.”