Coley: JC will entertain fans with attractive football
Miguel Coley, coach of defending Manning Cup champions Jamaica College, says the upcoming season will be "very tough and competitive," but he expects his charges to "fight for all trophies."
Coley coached the Old Hope Road-based school to an unbeaten Manning Cup run last season.
"It's going to be a very tough and competitive season. We have a template basically and we are trying to find players who fit in that and it's gonna be very critical they do. Peaking at the right time is gonna be critical as well," he underlined.
Last year's win in the Manning Cup final was, according to Coley, one of his sweetest ever victories. They defeated arch-rivals St George's 1-0 after the North Street-based school whipped them 4-0 in the Flow Super Cup.
Coley said JC will be looking to play some attractive football this year to entertain their fans.
"Last year, we were a little inconsistent. Hopefully, this year we can be much more consistent and show our fans and Jamaican people good quality football," he told STAR Sports.
He has predicted that JC's main rivals for the title should be Charlie Smith High, Jonathan Grant High, Kingston College, Wolmer's Boys and St George's College.