Holland VS Cameroon ΓÇô World Cup Action Awaits
In a strange change to the World Cup schedule, officebroker.com football club (aka Cameroon) will meet Holland this evening in the final qualifying game of the World Cup*.
With both teams currently sitting on 3 points, having enjoyed victory in their opening game and the bitter taste of defeat in their second game, the OBFC players will be under pressure to return to form and ensure qualification by defeating their Dutch opponents at the Yardley Stadium.
During a rare appearance at this morningΓÇÖs press conference Jimmy Venables, whose two late strikes handed OBFC victory over England in the teams opening game, stated that he felt ΓÇ£StrongΓÇ¥ and that he was looking forward to the game.
The journalists gathered at the press conference also took the opportunity to probe Venables on the recent transfer speculation mounting around the playerΓÇÖs future. Responding directly to his future the life-long Aston Villa supporter explained:
ΓÇ£It is always flattering to be linked to other clubs. If IΓÇÖm honest the chance to play for a leading club would be amazing and of course I dream of moving to one of the big four ΓÇô maybe TottenhamΓÇ¥
Away from these lofty speculations another point of interest in tonightΓÇÖs game will be the inclusion of Stewart Messenger to the squad. The new player looks set to collect his first cap and has been dubbed ΓÇ£The Shire HorseΓÇ¥ by fellow teammates due to his incredible work-rate during training sessions.
ΓÇ£IΓÇÖm honoured to be given this chanceΓÇ¥ explained Messenger, ΓÇ£IΓÇÖm going to be pushing hard and will be willing to leave body parts on the pitch in order to make a differenceΓÇ¥
So with pressure mounting, and an obvious thirst for victory building in the players bellies, can the boys from officebroker.com defeat Holland and secure a place in the knock-out round of the World Cup Tournament? Stay tuned to find out!
*The 5-a-side World Cup tournament, which takes place at Yardley Powerleague, has been organised by the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and will help to raise money for the Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer charity as they seek to buy equipment for use at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.