PRLog - April 25, 2011 - HAYWARD, Calif. -- In what has become a complete reversal of roles from a season ago. The Bay Area Ambassadors are searching for their first points of the season.
Saturday nights home gave vs. the San Diego Flash was the perfect opportunity to right the ship, but the visibly short handed Ambassadors were unable to find the net and in doing so squandered another valuable three points.
Ambassadors General Manager did not mince words after the match, “ The Ambassadors are playing better, but player commitment is the key weakness. At this level, there is an apparent lack of professionalism amongst some players. Six of our starting players made a different commitment when they were most needed. The coach will address this issue immediately.”
Excused from the list of absentees were Yousef Samy,(San Jose Earthquakes reserve player) and starting goalkeeper Sergio Valle, who was called up to the US Men’s beach Soccer team.
San Diego came into the match undefeated and left that way after 90 minutes. It seems the biggest problem for the Ambassadors is finishing. So far this season, the Ambassadors have only been able to muster up two goals in four games while giving up 12.
The question for the Ambassadors now is what will they do to fix their current problems?
FC Bay Area Ambassadors will travel this Saturday April 30th, to play Hasental FC.
About National Premier Soccer League (NPSL)
The National Premier Soccer League is a United States soccer league recognized by the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and FIFA. The league is officially affiliated with the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) and teams qualify directly for the U.S. Open Cup. As of 2011, the NPSL consists of 37 teams nationwide.
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FC Bay Area Ambassadors is a Professional Men's Outdoor Soccer Club based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The FC Bay Area is owned and operated by Bay Area Soccer Partners, Inc.