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U-20s Making Progress

2 years ago By fc indiana webmaster

Justin Crew pleased with greater mental strength

“We don't mess around, everyone is focused and competitive and I think it's good for us going into games, and for the team spirit.” Logan Gary, U-20s defender
FC Indiana U-20 coach Justin Crew has expressed satisfaction with the way the team's pre-season is panning out.
“It's good so far, everything is going well,' he said. “Players are stronger and fitter then at this point a year ago. We’re working hard and we will keep doing that.
The Lionesses have had an impressive pre-season so far under Crew and are waiting for their WPSL U-20 opener on May 21.
The team had entered two U-16 tournaments winning both and confidence is high.
Sixteen year old defender Logan Gary says FC Indiana U-20s are in a very competitive mood for the start of the 2016 season. “Everybody wants to compete. It's the mentality we have,' Gary told FC Indiana.org.
Gary says her teammates are confident and mentally stronger for the task ahead.
“We don't mess around, everyone is focused and competitive and I think it's good for us going into games, and for the team spirit.”

Updated 12:31 - 19 Apr 2016 by fc indiana webmaster

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