Stoners Have 'Players Only' Meeting to Right the Ship
The Morning Call has learned that the players of Pennsylvania Stoners FC had a "players only" meeting Sunday. Despite notching a win against fledgling Hillcrest this week, Stoners have been in a mild slump after a good start. It is believed that Sebastien Le Toux, perhaps the biggest cause for Stoners less-than-stellar form, gathered the rest of the team together on Sunday to make sure everyone is on the same page. Juan Pablo Angel, the newest Stoner, applauded the camaraderie of his teammates and is eager to continue the momentum gained from this week's win.
It is hard to imagine Stoners continuing to struggle to put up points the rest of the way. The roster The Partnership has put together is full of weapons; however, many players have shown little, to no consistency, thus far. As the players left the meeting, Teal Bunbury shared potential bulletin-board material to reporters, saying, "I guarantee Stoners will score five goals in a win during Week 11. Union SC will continue to look up at us in the standings; can't wait."
With a mindset like that, Stoners appear to be confident heading into Week 11, as they hope to begin an upward push in the BSL standings.