WITH just four games of the regular Welsh Premier League season remaining, Airbus UK Broughton will on Sunday look to all but secure seventh position.
The Wingmakers head to eighth-placed Aberystwyth Town (2.30pm) knowing victory will leave them with one hand on the final Europa League play-off spot.
The ambitious Airfield outfit would be able to host European matches next season after this week learning they had obtained both the FAW domestic and UEFA club licences needed to compete in the Europa and Champions League.
These are exciting times for Airbus supporters.
On Saturday their club played a home game in front of the live S4C cameras for the first time.
It was the fourth occasion in which the Wingmakers have been beamed live to the nation, but although they managed to stop their run of three defeats on the big screen, they are still waiting for their first goal after Carmarthen Town made the long journey home having earned a 0-0 draw.
The hard-fought clash, watched by a crowd of 339, marked the first in charge for Airbus’ new head coach Darren Ryan.
Ryan, who is studying for his UEFA Pro Licence, has taken over the reins from Craig Harrison, who has been moved into a director of football role in order for the club to adhere to the European licence requirements.