The Globe – South Bethlehem
Wednesday, October 21, 1914
SOCCER MANAGEMENT NOT SATISFIED WITH SCORES
Bethlehems Did No More Than Effect Ties This Season – Shake-up May be Looked for.
Yesterday was a busy day for the Bethlehems’ team. The usual training methods were dropped and a new system begun. The team was given a strenuous two hours’ practice. This routine will be continued today and tomorrow. With the most important game of the league on the home field on Saturday between Bethlehem and Henry Disston F. C. (Tacony), and because the team has been able only to tie the last two games, while the Henry Disston F. C. has won every league game this season, it is possible that a shake-up will be made. The inability of the forward line to score has been very disappointing to the management, which realizes that a defeat on Saturday will be a great setback in the league championship, while a win will tie Henry Disston F. C. for first place.
The season has been unlucky for the Bethlehems, two or three of the best players receiving injuries in each game, thereby causing a rearrangement of the team each time.
Ned Donaghy, the hero of the last season’s American Cup Final game, in all probability will play against Tacony next Saturday.
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club