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“We have a lot of guys who’ve played soccer their whole life,” Gbandi said. “They’re young, they’re hungry and they have a lot of ability.”
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“We need to get back to enjoying the game,” he said. “At the end of the day, it’s all about having fun and competing.”
Systematically, Gbandi will bring a strong defensive mind to the team, which he hopes will in turn allow for more creativity and freedom on offense.
As far as expectations for the season, Gbandi preferred to keep his hopes in-house.
“I’d like to get back to a winning season, but I won’t say anything beyond that for the paper,” he said with a smile.
“We have a chance for sort of a ‘revenge tour,’” Gbandi said of the upcoming season. “We get the chance to play a lot of the teams that beat us last year.”
For Gbandi and the Huskies, the road to revenge starts now, as the team will look to have their first winning season since 2012 under his guidance.
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