Coley: JC hungry for another title
Jamaica College coach Miguel Coley has promised that his players will be 'very hungry' for another title when they meet Wolmer's Boys in the Manning Cup final on Saturday.
This year's championship match is JC's fourth straight final. They won the title on the three previous visits and Coley's JC have not lost a game in the competition since 2012.
"Right now it is recovery, getting the players as much rest as possible, and to get them hungry again, because we have to defend our title," Coley said after the semi-finals last Saturday.
JC and Wolmer's will lock horns this Saturday at 6 p.m. inside the National Stadium.
Coley has described Wolmer's as "a good team" and promised to work on the training ground on how to beat them. According to Coley, 27-time champions JC are peaking at the right time.
"If you watched the final second round game against St Jago we missed a lot of chances. We have Tyreek Magee back from injury in terms of our fluency, and in terms of our potency in attack so it is no surprise we scored five goals," he pointed out.