Why Met need to rediscover winning formula
With the students yet to win in phase two of the Welsh Premier League, we look at why MET need to redisover that winning formula which made them so hard to beat during phase one of the Welsh Premier League.
Met looked much improved during their latest loss, 3-2 at home to Bala Town but despite the performance the students went home empty handed. With European football still a possibility for MET, they need to find that winning formula and fast.
Met have failed to record a win during their seven phase two matches, and it means they remain 6th in the Welsh Premier League table. There is no doubt the students play an attractive brand of football, which Dr. Christian Edwards has put a massive impetus on, but football is a results business and MET’s current form isn’t good enough.
The students have a great chance to put things right on Sunday, though, when they face off against managerless Bangor. A team MET beat convincingly at home earlier in the season, 4-0.
MET were a real force at home in phase one, but even their home form has been non-existent during phase two of the Welsh Premier League. Teams used to fear coming to Cyncoed Campus to face off against the students, and that has somewhat disappeared in phase two of the Welsh Premier League.
It’s vital MET make the Cyncoed Campus a fortress again, starting with Bangor at home on Sunday. They’ve been complacent so far in the second-half of the season, and if they want to become the first university team to compete in europe it’s essential they recapture their form from phase one of the Welsh Premier League.
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