Manchester will make a prestigious trip tomorrow to the iconic St. George’s Park as they take on Salisbury United in what will be their final game of the first Super League season.
The Blues can finish in fourth place if they manage to beat Salisbury by more than four goals when they take to the court tomorrow morning.
After a roller-coaster ride of a season with a very mixed bag of results, Manchester will be eager to finish on a high when the full-time whistle is blown at the England training ground.
The game will be the undercard for the sold-out main event of the afternoon as England will host Poland in a friendly straight after.
Head Coach Sergi Saldana has returned home to Spain which means that his assistant Russell Fryer will take charge of the first team.
Fryer has been speaking to ManchesterFutsal.com and is excited to be taking the Blues to the home of England futsal once more.
“With the changes in the league format meaning no playoffs this season, it is great for our club that our final game is part of the England program at St George’s Park. It’s also been fantastic to see some of the younger development players getting opportunities with the first team and excelling and we continue that theme tomorrow as we take on Salisbury for the return fixture. We will take nothing from the previous encounter and assume nothing, but with fourth place up for grabs, the chance to play at the home of English Futsal and in the middle of a good run of form, the lads will need little motivation for this one and we look forward to a fascinating game to bring the curtain down on a progressive season for the club”.
Manchester’s final game of the season will take place at St. George’s Park in Burton-Upon-Trent, Staffordshire. Kick off at 10 am.