Friday, March 1, 2013

FIRST KICK 2013

Alamo City Takes on Defending BSL Champions

The offseason is over, the draft complete, and it is now time for the matches to begin.  BSL First Kick 2013 is here and the Alamo City Battle open the campaign with a tall task.  They've got to entertain the defending league champions.  That's all well and good according to team captain Thierry Henry.

"We love it.  You can not ask for a better match to open the season.  The BSL Champions and the Major's Cup Champions.  I thrive off of this kind of competition and this club does too.  I know that we'll be ready and I hope that they are too.  If not, they'll get embarrassed.  They had a wonderful season last year and deserve all of their praise for their season.  We've been doing this since day one though, and they're going to learn very quickly that it takes more than one season to make it in this league."

Henry is never one to shy away from things and for good reason.  The superstar put up MVP level numbers last season.  He won't have to do it alone though.  In the 2013 BSL Draft he got plenty of help.  Club legend Kenny Cooper returns home this season.  Also joining the Battle were International stars Daigo Kobayashi and Andrea Pisanu.  Both men bring experience from the highest levels of the game.  Further strengthening the squad are arguably the two best defensive players in the league in CB Aurelien Collin and GK Jimmy Nielsen.  They'll have help on the back line with Honduran Olympic Captain Johnny Leveron and Brazilian LB Michel.  They key to the squad could end up being the underrated Patrice Bernier.  Rounding out the squad are the returning Giles Barnes, Rafael Baca, Alex, Maicon Santos, and Lionard Pajoy.  All in all the Battle will field a lineup heavy on firepower up top, but with plenty of scoring spread throughout the rest of the players.  

Alamo City Lineup - First Kick 2013

3 comments:

  1. Classic post. I liked it :)

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  2. Good luck, and see you in Week 7.

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  3. game roster logged

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