Grannemann is pleased with the way things have gone in the team’s first year and he doesn’t think the team has hit its ceiling yet. He hopes that anybody who was on the fence about joining the Gulls in 2018 will reconsider when the 2019 season kicks off.
“We want to be attracting new players who maybe didn’t believe in the Gulls at first and thought we were just going to be another club team,” he said. “Hopefully, after the season we will have validated ourselves a little bit. We’re playing competitive soccer at a high level and we are competing with these teams from huge cities and hopefully that brings people out of the woodwork.”