Manly United v Sydney United 58 FC Preview
BRENDAN Cholakian remains adamant Manly United are maintaining a positive mindset ahead of Sunday’s crucial tussle with Sydney United 58 FC at Cromer Park.
United dropped two points last start versus APIA Leichhardt after copping a goal at the death in a 1-1 draw, and it has been the frustrating story of their campaign to date, despite sitting on the edge of the top 5.
“We are doing all the right things, I think (switching off) has become something we need to learn from collectively in a mental sense,” the in-form attacking ace said.
“There is no point dwelling on the negatives, the reality is we have only lost twice in the league.
“Sydney United are always tough, they play a good brand of football.
“We welcome the challenge and will be up for it at home.”
Cholakian has been Manly’s go to man this season, scoring six goals in ten games.
Kick-off is 3pm.