We can't afford to choke - Huie - Magnum/KSAFA Super League enters semis tonight
With three of the four Confederation winners already decided, the Magnum/Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Super League will take the spotlight tonight with a double-header semi-finals at the Constant Spring Complex.
In the first game, Barbican will face Rockfort at 6:30 p.m., while in the feature game, Brown's Town challenge Molynes United at 8:30 p.m.
Coach of Brown's Town, Karume Huie, is hoping that his team turn up on the night and win this time around, after losing at the semi-final stage in the last three seasons.
"We are hoping to get the desired result, Sometimes you play good football but the result don't go your way. I think it is going to be a tough challenge against Molynes United. We have to go out there and play our game, and hope the result go our way," Huie told STAR Sports yesterday.
"We have some experienced players in the squad who have been at this stage a couple of times. Several of the players have been there in the last two to four seasons. However, it is about performing and winning the game on the day," he said, wary of the failed bids in the last three seasons.
"Earlier in the season, we played them and drew 0-0, so both teams know each other. We have to go there and put it together," Huie concluded.
Browns Town's key players include Tevin Scott, Emelio Russell and Bryan English.
Molynes United head coach, Calvert Fitzgerald, said after promotion from the Major League last season, it is the aim of the club to win the Super League and enter the Premier League play-off in order to advance to top- flight football.
"Our objective has always been to win the Super League and enter the play-off series for a spot in the Premier League. We want to reach the Premier League but the Super League is extremely competitive." Fitzgerald shared..
"We played them once this season in a cross zone clash and it was a tough game. I think both teams have improved in the latter part of the season, so it should be highly competitive tomorrow," he added.
Molynes will rely on Raymond Wilson, and the Nelson siblings, Jeremy and Nicholas to come good.