We caught up with Dayle Coleing as he reflects on his recent UNL experience, Gibraltar U21’s defeat to Austria and what he hopes to achieve at his new club Europa.
21-year old goalkeeper Dayle Coleing reflects on his recent UNL experience, “The experience has been an unforgettable one. Being back with the boys is always great and being able to finally play at the Victoria stadium in front of a great home crowd is always special.”
After a promising first half display against Austria U21’s on Tuesday, Gibraltar lost 5-0. Dayle reflected on his teams performance, “The team I felt got off to a solid and disciplined start as we kept them at bay for most part of the first half. A lack of concentration led to a few goals being conceded but the overall effort from the whole team and staff was great. There is always room from improvement and we intend on improving. It is just a matter of time until results start going our way.”
Europa restart their season against last-placed Lions on Friday 5th October. We asked Dayle what he hopes to achieve at his new club, “The plan is to train as hard as I can everyday and look to improve on areas that need improving on my game. I am getting great coaching and learning as much as I can from Javi Muñoz. I am always going to compete to become the number 1 keeper for Europa but that is down to the managers decision but whatever that is I will always respect it.”