St Jago High School’s coach Glen Laing and his players are determined to emerge one of the top teams in this year’s schoolboy football competitions and so far they have done a very good job.The Spanish Town-based school finished as the best runner-up in their first-round Manning Cup group and qualified for both the lucrative FLOW Super Cup and Walker Cup competitions.But despite their good showing in the preliminary round, the second round is where Laing really wants them to make their mark and he believes he has the players, although he has one in particular that he looks to for goals.Shaqon Bryan netted the opening goal seven minutes into St Jago’s surprise 2-0 win over North Street-based Kingston College in the Walker Cup knockout quarter-finals last Friday at the Constant Spring Complex, taking his tally to nine for the season.Today, St Jago face the blue side of North Street, when they tackle St George’s College in the Walker Cup semi-final this afternoon at Constant Spring, and the speedy striker is aiming for more goals. He also knows there is no better way to announce their arrival to the big time than with a win over the mighty George’s.”The aim is always to win, and I always aim for more (goals),” Bryan told The Gleaner.”We are trying to put St Jago on the map and we are doing that … . The team has grown a lot, because at the start of the season, we didn’t have a few players, but we got them back and the team started working, and now all is well,” he added.The player and the team also have huge confidence in their coach, even though Bryan didn’t agree with his part-time substitution role in the first round, he wants to live up to the mantle the coach has handed him in their whole objective.”We are not finishing a lot of the chances we create, but we are getting there. It’s work in-progress. The coach has been telling me that I have the team on my back and that I should carry them forward. I hope to do that as best as possible,” he said.
possible standings Gutted for DeBruyne. Delighted we’ll be winning the league! 👀 #LFC #DeBruyne— Stephen Kehoe (@StephenKehoe5) August 15, 2018 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? 2 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 2 I am happy tha DeBruyne is injured. Yes I take football a litle to serious. #LFC— My Liverpool FC (@My_Liverpool_FC) August 15, 2018 Kevin De Bruyne is injured “JJFHSISJSNSJQOI3837A^@£×^2:2£8&JDGJ282YESSSSSSS!!”*Very unfortunate for him and City that 😏 #LFC #MCFC— James Scouser Tommy (@BrilliantBrende) August 15, 2018 And while it’s devastating news for City supporters, Liverpool fans are more optimistic about the news.The Reds are tipped to be the Citizens’ biggest rivals for the Premier League title by many so the loss of City’s star player for a sustained period of time could be a huge opportunity for Jurgen Klopp’s men to take advantage of.It is suspected the Belgian could be out for up to three months which would rule De Bruyne out of City’s trip to Anfield in the league on October 7. See my De Bruyne voodoo doll has worked a treat … now to work on my Aguero one 😏😉 #LFC pic.twitter.com/uBSRstJiGB— hazzalad ℹ (@lfc_shirts) August 15, 2018 never nice to hear a football player has suffered an injury. The football fan inside me is saddened to hear the news about #KevinDeBruyne. Wish you a speedy recovery mate @DeBruyneKevThe #LFC fan inside me however…. pic.twitter.com/yvbKMiS99C— 🎮Ben Sardari🎮 @GamesCom2018✈ (@behnamthegreat) August 15, 2018 Latest Premier League News De Bruyne made a brief appearance during City’s 2-0 win over Arsenal last weekend It’s the news no Manchester City fan wants to hear – Kevin De Bruyne is facing a lengthy lay-off with a knee injury.The Citizens confirmed the news but do not know what the extent of the injury will be. Hope Kevin De Bruyne makes a full recovery, devastating to hear happen to one of my favourite players even as a #LFC fan— Joshua Kekana (@JoshuaKekana) August 15, 2018 People shouldn’t celebrate rival players getting injured, but De Bruyne will be missed by City. Liverpool need to take care of business themselves, but direct rivals will also have to have some bad luck along the way if we are seriously about challenging for the title … #LFC— Ellis (@e_keeber) August 15, 2018 REVEALED smart causal Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener silverware REVEALED NEW ERA gameday How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Some Kopites have taken to Twitter to give their opinion on the matter, with some convinced this could be crucial in helping Liverpool win their first ever Premier League title.Others are not getting ahead of themselves, however, with some even wishing De Bruyne a swift recovery.Below you can see De Bruyne tweets from some Reds fans. I don’t like making fun of someone’s injury but this is the first hint that it’s coming home @LFC #LFC #DeBruyne pic.twitter.com/LDEFtr5yCd— Daksh Hassija (@Daksh_LFC) August 15, 2018 ALTERED The Belgian finished second in the PFA Player of the Year award last season – behind Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah Massive shame about De Bruyne’s injury. Quality player and obviously a crucial piece in Man City’s engine. As a Liverpool fan though, we absolutely have to take advantage of this. #LFC— John Carl Bolido (@mindofcarl) August 15, 2018 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won