Top striker Gooden relishing Steths clash

November 05, 2016
Wolmer's Boy's Alphanso Gooden (left) under pressure from Little London High's defender Kadeem Thorpe during their FLOW Super Cup at Sabina Park on October 21.

Leading Wolmer’s Boys goalscorer, Alphanso Gooden is relishing today’s ISSA/Flow Super Cup battle at Sabina Park in Kingston, noting that he will be looking to fire his team to a win over STETHS, and into their first Super Cup final.

Gooden’s prolific form this season has been very important for Wolmer’s with four Super Cup goals and 16 overall.

He is followed by Rivaldo English with two and Andrew Daley one goal, respectively in the prestigious knockout competition.

“I think I can score again, and would love to help carry my team all the way,” Gooden said of today’s must win encounter against the St Elizabeth-based STETHS.

Wolmer’s are no strangers to the semi-finals and Gooden has a strong feeling his team is better than STETHS, who have conceded more goals.

“We have been in the semi-finals before where JC beat us, and it’s good to know that we are going there again, but we will not make the same mistakes, and I am sure we can come out and beat STETHS,” the forward reasoned.

Having played a starring goal in their last game which ousted Kingston College at Sabina Park last week, Gooden is ready to do the same today.

“I am feeling very excited to know this KC team beat us in the Walker Cup and we came here and get back the victory and knocked them out,” Gooden assured, adding “I want to score against STETHS.”

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