Jeff Adubofour: Extremely excited to sign for Manchester Futsal Club
New signing Jeff Adubofour says that he is “extremely excited” to sign for Manchester Futsal Club and is looking forward to joining up with the first-team squad.
The Blues welcomed the new addition to the senior side recently and is a significant addition to the Manchester family.
Formerly of Pro Futsal, the London-born talent will be available for the newly-appointed head coach and club captain Sam Richardson to select, ahead of the crucial FA Futsal National Series Summer Showdown that will take place at St George’s Park.
Manchester’s first opponents will be against Loughborough Students on Sunday 30th May 2021, with London Helvecia taking on Birmingham WLV in one of three earlier encounters.
Speaking to ManchesterFutsal.com, Adubofour couldn’t contain his excitement and can’t wait to get back onto the court after such a long stint away from it.
Welcome to the club, Jeff! How does it feel to sign for Manchester Futsal Club?
“I feel extremely excited to sign for Manchester Futsal Club, it’s one of the biggest Futsal clubs in the country with high aspirations and a great set-up behind the scenes.”
How do you think this move to Manchester will improve your game? “I think the move to Manchester will help me improve a lot. We have a great group of young players who have been here a while and have a great understanding of each other constantly trying to improve which is ideal for any player.”
As a player, what are your aspirations? “As a player, my aspirations are to continuously improve, To challenge for the major prizes domestically and eventually qualify for UEFA Futsal Champions League.”
What are your thoughts ahead of the FANFS Summer Showdown? “I’m really excited to get back to playing competitively after 15 months. The NFS have worked really hard on making the summer showdown possible while creating more exposure to the sport around the country. The perfect stage to achieve something special.”
Adubofour will be part of the squad that will travel to the home of England, in what will be our first chance of seeing competitive English futsal in over a year.
The game will be screened LIVE on YouTube at 5 pm BST and can be viewed by clicking the link here.