Khalsa are off to a 2-0 record with wins this weekend over Vic United and Vic Highlanders. Khalsa trailed twice today against the Highlanders but Diaz scored late for Khalsa to get a 3-2 win. The Highlanders team is very young.
6-1 for Khalsa over Chile last night. Chile have added Poli and Malek but it made no difference. The scoreline was an accurate reflection of the game. Milad Mesrabi of Khalsa was the best player on the pitch. Palani and others may have been nursing injuries because they did not get on the field.
Ref'd Khalsa & Victoria at the weekend and Khalsa dismantled them 7-2. Lots of fire power on the squad and the aforementioned Milad Mehrabi banged in a hat trick. Thought their backline looked solid as well ...... that Joel fella' who was playing centre back was an absolute tower of strength back there.
Khasla and Thunderbirds tied 3-3 last night at Queens Park. Khalsa scored first then UBC scored 2 to take a lead. A very late goal resulted in the draw. Sulentic and D Kambere missed two great scoring opportunities by sailing the ball 20 feet over the net.
Thunderbirds are a very fit and fast team. UBC's strikers and midfielders were always hurrying back to defend whenever Khalsa had the ball. Maschini embarassed Khlasa's left backs many times with his speed and quickness.
Sulentic and Milad Mehrabi were standouts for Khalsa, with Mehrabi scoring twice, one of which happened after he eluded several UBC tacklers.
It is a long summer boys. Teams that win in the start of the season lots of time fall down the table due to injuries and mostly to guys that just want to play when they feel like it. I took in last Khalsa game UBC just took them apart.
Bellingham side is a solid team. Comes to play each game with pride and hart. Also Kemloops side.
Dezza if Kemloops plays as they have so far that might be the case. Kemloops has lots of good soccer players as clubs that go to play youth tournaments come back with very few wins. Kith and his side kick have done a fine job in that City.
Even Drag-store guy is back in town now. They have a fantastic place for kids and men to train and play.
Chris will lead Khalsa Sporting Club club into the 2014 PCSL season and be responsible for preparing the club for the 2014 B.C. Provincial Cup playoffs in which Khalsa will represent the PCSL as current league champions.