We are hungry for the title
With his experience, hunger for even more success and 'never-say die' approach, captain Allando Brown is ready to lead his Jamaica College (JC) team past Wolmer's Boys in today's ISSA-FLOW Super Cup semi-final.
Brown's JC are chasing their third consecutive ISSA-Flow Manning Cup trophy, and are looking to defend the increasingly important Super Cup trophy and Olivier Shield titles, respectively.
In today's Super Cup semi-final clash against Wolmer's, Brown said he is ready to dismiss the highly touted Maroon and gold outfit.
"We don't fear that team, and no team won't beat Jamaica College two times ... . We will play them three times, apart from Saturday (today); we have them Tuesday again, so it's war," said Brown.
When asked about the support for his team and public opinion on whether or not JC can retain their three trophies, the captain said:
"Jamaica College don't play for supporters. As my teammates say, supporters (are interested in) bragging rights; we play for our future in the competition. That is what we play for, so we are going out there to win for Jamaica College and ourselves," he told Star Sports.
"Our strength is team work and togetherness. We had several individuals who played through last year, but this year, we have multiple players we can count on," Brown stated. "If one player don't give a hundred percent, we have a next player stepping up."
Brown, who also represented the national Under-20 team and Arnett Gardens in the Red Stripe Premier League, has been rock solid in the JC backline and is confident he will be able to stop all threats coming from Wolmer's today.
Brown was a member of the JC teams that won the Manning Cup in 2013 and 2014, as well as the Olivier Shield and Super Cup titles last year, following four years in the 'dark blues' shirt.