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A Look At Game 5
Apr. 16, 2018
At 11:00 on Field 7, Saturday, April 21st, the #1 Ocala Hurricanes will face their practice field neighbors, Coach Cesar's #3 red squad, in third place.
"Coach Cesar keeps his kids moving," said Coach Miley. "He has a big heart for all the kids and shares his understanding of the game with good instructional ability. He doesn't just love soccer, he knows soccer, and he knows soccer helps kids with life. There's not a lot of standing around in lines for drills, so they are kind of like us that way. He emphasizes a passing priority like we do. When I found out he played goalkeeper at the national level for Peru, I asked if he would be willing to give some tips to our goalkeeper Aiden, which he gladly did as he worked with him. I appreciated not only his willingness, but also enthusiasm to meet this special request, as I know Aiden and his parents did also. He is here for all of these kids and their families. Like our squad, he drew a hard working young group, and he has them working together, which is the kind of opponent we need to face to make us better. We've had a few excellent talks after practice, and I respect what I see him doing. I'm glad he's our practice neighbor, and we are looking forward to facing his team."
At the midseason mark, Coach Cesar's red squad sits in third place at 1-1-2, while the 3-0-1 Hurricanes maintain first place narrowly over the blue squad by merit of stronger goal differential on the season, after a 0-0 draw with them in Game 4.
"We expect the best from both of these squads. Both sides know how to reach down for their best."
Players should arrive at Field 7, geared up and ready for a stiff contest. Families, bring your friends and noisemakers to support your Ocala Hurricanes!
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