officebroker.com Represent Cameroon in Final Stage of World Cup
After overcoming the Netherlands in last weekΓÇÖs crunch qualifying match, officebroker.com FC (aka Cameroon) secured their place in the knockout stages of the World Cup* ΓÇô where they will go head-to-head in a fast-paced, winner takes all extravaganza tomorrow night. (Tuesday 8th June)
ΓÇ£IΓÇÖm not feeling that nervous nowΓÇª I felt more nervous last weekΓÇ¥ explained the teamsΓÇÖ dynamic defender Andrew Quigley, ΓÇ£but this week I feel very up for it. The pressure of us needing to win to get through to the knockouts was worse than the pressure of the knockout stages itselfΓÇ¥
When quizzed on what was feared to be a tournament ending injury sustained by the player in OBFCΓÇÖs defeat against Honduras, Quigley sought to sooth the fears and speculation mounting on the sports pages throughout Cameroon: ΓÇ£My foot feels a lot better ΓÇô 95% of the bones are now pointing in the right direction so itΓÇÖs all goodΓÇ¥
Clearly feeling chatty and loving the limelight of the press attention Quigley stated his view on the teams chances in the knockout part of the tournament ΓÇ£I think as long as we play how we can, we can beat anyone – Yes, some of these other teams have had some big wins, but I think that Player for player we will be right up there with the best of them. A 15 min fast paced game is completely different to what we have been playing, they might not be used to it. So we might have an edge!ΓÇ¥ ΓÇô it was at this point that he started talking about seagulls following fishing trawlers and we quickly ended the interview. The team are yet to find out which teams they will face tomorrow night.
Simon ΓÇ£Hat-trickΓÇ¥ Jones (c), Chris ΓÇ£DiΓÇÖMappioΓÇ¥ Map (vc), Jim ΓÇ£Big 4ΓÇ¥ Venables, Richard ΓÇ£Fight for this LoveΓÇ¥ Horwell, Stewart ΓÇ£The EngineΓÇ¥ Messenger, Dan ΓÇ£The CatΓÇ¥ Baldwin, Andrew ΓÇ£HakaΓÇ¥ Quigley, Nick ΓÇ£Insert Name HereΓÇ¥ Griffiths.
*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.