LIVERPOOL Haroldeans’ Peter Morrison National Trophy match against London side Redbridge at the Childwall Sports Centre on Sunday (2pm) is the biggest game in the club’s recent history, according to manager Mike Bloomberg.
And he’s called on the community to support the team as they look to move on in the competition.
He said: “This game is huge. I’m not sure the community is aware of how good we have been over the past few years.
“We do get quite a big crowd to our games, but would love to see the community come out in full force to support us.
“For us to progress further than we ever have in the Morrison would be something truly momentous.”
Haroldeans are current Manchester Jewish Soccer League title holders, and are going for a quadruple this season — MJSL, Harold Feldman Trophy, Shonn Trophy and the Peter Morrison Trophy.
Bloomberg continued: “The boys have done the Liverpool community proud by representing them to the highest of standards every week, and it would be great for the community to show their support.”