Calgary United FC captured its second consecutive Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League Championship Saturday, and punched its ticket to the North American Arena Soccer Championships in Cincinnati, with a 9-3 trouncing over the rival Edmonton Drillers.
“I thought at the beginning it was tough as always. Hoping it wouldn’t be a one goal-game the whole time and it wasn’t, thankfully,” Calgary goalkeeper Marcel Galaszkiewicz said following the win.
United FC head coach Brian McDonnell couldn’t say enough about his last line of defence.
“Hands down I think he is the best keeper in the Canadian division,” he said. “He does so many things that people don’t appreciate. He has kept us in every game all year and this one he won it for us hands down. His shot-stopping ability is second to none.”
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