Soccer: Bayswater City hit by injury but raring to go against Armadale

Jason Mirco. Picture:  Sabata Creatives
Jason Mirco. Picture: Sabata Creatives

BAYSWATER City Soccer Club coach Chris Coyne says some players are nursing injuries but will be ready to go against Armadale on Saturday.

City sit in third place, just one point behind ladder leaders Inglewood United while Armadale are in 11th place with three games to go in the National Premier League WA (NPLWA) season.

Coyne said the players had a very light week at training after Sunday’s 3-2 win against Perth Glory.

“We welcome back Brent Griffiths back into the squad as well as David Stokoe and the potential return of David Heagney from his European trip, so we are ready numbers wise to have a good go at this Armadale team,” he said.

“Armadale are a good side who have just lacked consistency but they have great pace going forward that we will need to mindful of.”

Coyne said the players were “100 per cent” confident that they could try and win more silverware.

“We are going to fight all the way to the end,” he said.

“All we can control is our own circumstances and we will try and win our remaining games.

“If Inglewood slip up we will be there to pounce, but that is for them to worry about.”

Bayswater City will play Armadale at Frank Drago Reserve on August 12.