A Mountain to Climb

2 years ago
Updated 10 months ago

street footie Football Club (0W-0D-2L) went into the club’s second official eleven aside fixture knowing they had a mountain to climb. They faced off against even for top spot Deportivo Calero (4 W-1D-0L) following vicious introduction to the league in the previous week from even for top spot Fredrick Kings(4 W-1D-0L).

Match Preview
2 years ago

The game would kick off with the traveling side looking leggy and out of sorts. A bird’s eye view could only foretell the demise of the Orange Army as the brave eleven faced off against a confident Deportivo Calero nearing thirty players. A lackluster start to the game and no reinforcements to turn to would see street footie head into the break with a three-goal deficit.


The second half would not bring much light for street footie, with a lack of possession coming back to haunt them. Deportivo Calero would not let off for one minute despite street footies’ obstinate effort, which earned them a consolation to end the match 8-1.

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

A Mountain to Climb

street footie Football Club (0W-0D-2L) went into the club’s second…

This website uses cookies and third-party services to create the best possible experience for our users.

By entering and using the website you agree to all terms of service and privacy policy of, Shop street footie, and street footie Football Club.