Wolmer's won't be boring, says Reynolds

November 12, 2016
Wolmer's Boys supporters cheering on their team during the ISSA-FLOW Super Cup quarter-final match at Sabina Park last Saturday. Wolmer's clipped Kingston College 1-0.

Wolmer's Boys coach Vassell Reynolds is admitting they are underdogs today and hoping to spring the ultimate surprise on the highly-touted Cornwall College, to win this year's prestigious Flow Super Cup.

Wolmer's, one of the more consistent teams in the island but Cornwall are unbeaten after 16 games.

"The fact that most people don't expect us to win, we will be a little bit more relaxed and comfortable. I want my boys to feel that way, and play freely," said Reynolds.

"Possibly 10 per cent of the public expects Wolmer's to win, but we are gearing up to use that as a motivating tool and we relish that, to perform under the under-dog status banner," he told STAR Sports.

Reynolds is adamant his charges will not allow Cornwall to take the game to them and he dismissed any notion that Wolmer's will play boring or too defensive football.

"It won't be any boring football, sometimes to grind out a result you have to do what you have to do, and we will do whatever is necessary to win important games," the maroon and gold coach stressed.

"We have to take our chances, I am certain that the sort of firepower they have in terms of the number of goals they have scored, we have to defend well," he said.

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