One thing is for certain, Northern NSW Premiers and Champions Edgeworth Eagles are coming to Sydney with one thing on their minds – lifting the 2016 PlayStation 4 NPL Finals Series Trophy.
One player that will play a pivotal role in hopefully achieving this amazing feat is 21-year-old attacking midfield whiz Keanu Moore.
The dazzling rising young star has been one of Damian Zane’s standout players for the 2016 season – a year that has seen the club lift the Premiership, Championship, defeat the Far North Queensland FC Heat in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32 only to be knocked out by the Western Sydney Wanderers in the Round of 16 while progressing to Sunday’s PS4 NPL Finals Series big dance winning two very tough away matches to the Bentleigh Greens and Perth SC.
A marked man no doubt with Sydney United 58 set to stamp its authority on shutting out the Eagles’ promising young gun, Moore was looking forward to the Edensor Park experience.
“It’s probably right up there as the biggest game in the club’s history.
“The club is really looking forward to what will be a massive game against a good side.
“We are proud of how far we have come in this tournament but the club has high hopes of taking this out so hopefully we can get the job done.
“We know that Sydney United 58 will be a tough team to beat but we did knock off Bentleigh Greens so we have the belief that we can beat anyone.”
Away victories to Victorian guns Bentleigh Greens 3-1 as well as their recent triumph in Western Australia downing Perth SC 1-0, travelling and playing away was no issue for Moore.
“To be honest I would prefer to play away because when you are travelling it feels like you are a full-time professional and that’s something I want to do moving forward become a professional footballer.
“You stay with the team at hotels, you have meals provided, you focus on the match on hand with the boys, it all plays well with getting you geared for the big game ahead."
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