I already did as they liked the pictures or so I was told. They even said that I was much better than the last photography service they had (Island photography... sorry if they're on here but they're horrid).
The AF on the 5D didn't really let me take good shots as the people tended to move too fast for me to capture them. I have a 1D3 now though so I'll be able to use faster AF.
I shoot for numerous teams at this level and have done so for a couple of years now. If you don't want to take my advice then so be it. All I can tell you is that you have to add a value beyond just the photographs. You have to constantly ask yourself, what can this photo be used for? If it is for posting on your website for people to look at only, then you are shortchanging yourself and will quickly become expendable should their wallets shrink.
With that said, I looked over your gallery at all 100+ images, and out of that set many are simply unusable. Either cropped too loosely, cropped/framed oddly, backs of players, and missed peak action. Personally I am not satisfied even if my clients are happy, I want to achieve perfection each and every shot, which admittedly never happens.