Ante Milicic, Macarthur’s coach, is delighted with his team’s performance in the A-League start following their fifth victory in 10 games on Sunday.
are sitting second on theA-League
table after their five victories out of 10 games which is a huge success for
, who is confident that more is on the way.
The newcomers had a statement after their 1-0 win overSydney FC
We're the type of team that wants to win every game, no matter who your opponent is, whether it's home or away but once you've played 10 and win five, you've got to be happy,
" Milicic said.
There's a lot of work to do because we're a new team and it's a new playing style and we believe we'll get fitter and have better relationships on the field that will make our football a little bit more fluid when the understanding is there.
"I'm delighted with five wins but we know we can do more and we expected improvement in the group so it'll be interesting to see how we go in the next month or so."
After their 4-1 defeat byWestern United
last week, the Macarthur boss was about to make a statement against Sydney Fc to deny any hints of a flop. The Bulls were vanquished 3-0 by Sydney FC a month ago. They have since won two matches and had one draw before being defeated by the United.
When you're losing in such a manner with such a big scoreline and then you come into the champions at their home that you know is a very good side, you don't want to be in a negative series for too long,
" he said.
The Bulls are set to take on the league leaders Central Coast on Monday with the chance of leapfrogging them.
We've got an eight-day turnaround to play the Mariners away and confidence is massive for every player,
" said Milicic.
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