Leoš Loos wheels away after puting us 2-0 up in this afternoon's match.

Leoš Loos wheels away after puting us 2-0 up in this afternoon’s match.

With their 7-0 demolition of Rebels London this afternoon, Brook Street have moved to a position whereby, as long as they at least match Marcascotties result next weekend, they will be crowned Champions.

The coaching staff have constantly played down any talk of winning the title, and with it, a swift return to Division III, however following this latest victory there was no such reticence on show at the post-match press conference.

“We have put ourselves in the position where a win will secure the Championship in front of our own fans”, admitted Leoš Loos. “Throughout the season we’ve just concentrated on one match at a time. It just so happens that this is the big one”.

Bringing the assembled press back to earth with a bump he then said, “However, that’s in the future. We’ve just won a match and that’s what I’m here to talk about”.

Continuing he said, “I thought we were quite poor today. Sure we won 7-0, but our general performance wasn’t up to scratch, particularly in the middle of the park. We’ll be working on that in training this week, but there can be no repeats otherwise we could find ourselves on the wrong end of a scoreline again”.

“It was reassuring however that we managed to score from all over the park; that was the real positive to take from the game.

Four goals in only eight first half minutes from Emanuel Bohucký, Loos himself, Sam Ferretto and Nemanja Janković killed off the game before the break, and those were added to in the second by Andy Harte, Abel Soffia and Attila Gyöngyösi as Brook Street tore their opponents apart.

“We must also remember Rebels London had nothing to play for, having already been relegated, so very little can be taken from this result. FC Poland will be a whole different prospect next week”.