Pouria's junior appeal
Big support could be key in quest for three vital points, says Pouria
ACE coach Pouria Nabi has issued a big rallying call to the club’s juniors.
Pouria’s ACE Senior team faces Premier League leaders Rochedale at Wolter Park tomorrow, kick-off 5pm.
ACE are sixth, three points off the play-off places with only two games remaining making victory over Rochedale vital.
“This is our last home game for 2017 and this season our senior boys have contributed to ACE in terms of junior coaching,” said Pouria.
“Chom Arop, Ahmed, Declan Morris, Matthew Sanchez, Bezhad Ariayee, Royce Brownlie have all been permanent coaches from the beginning.
“I hope the juniors would want to give something back to those senior players. We need their support with a huge turnout.
“Big support from the juniors may be equal to three points. We still have a massive chance for the finals.”
Victory would also give ACE a springboard in to the final Premier League match of the season at Souths on August 19.
And for the Canale Cup semi-final at Peninsula Power, which will be on Tuesday August 22, kick-off 7.15pm in the first major cup semi-final for ACE.