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Temple scored two goals in the first half followed by one more in the second half. While they did not score, the Huskies’ three shots on goal are the most Temple has allowed during its four matches this season.
With a 1-2 start to the season, Gbandi likes what he sees from his team.
“I think that our guys have really worked hard and as a coach that’s sometimes all you can really ask for,” Gbandi said. “Ultimately, the record is going to dictate if we’re doing the right thing or not, but I think early on in the season we’re pushing in the right direction.”
The Huskies are scheduled to play away at Fairfield University this Saturday. During the 2015 season, the two teams ended the game in a tie after double overtime كيفية تعلم بيع وشراء الاسهم . However, Gbandi is confident that his squad can pull out a win.
“Anytime you’re playing away from home it becomes a bit difficult, but I think that we’re gonna get our guys in a good position to play and compete,” Gbandi said. “Fairfield is one of those teams that gets a lot of ties. It’s just trying to push through and finding a way to win the game.”
Following Fairfield, Northeastern will play away at Boston University next Tuesday before returning home for their first CAA game against Drexel University that Saturday.
photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics