Dollah For Rangers Thoughts
Bilal Mohammad Harun
would have some kind words for fellow captain Victor Trachsler after the match, as he appreciated the fight that they put up. "It was a very young defence that the Timberwolves have, and they kept their shape well enough at least after a bit of excitement early on." Bilal observed. "Took their chances too, and it could have been a lot closer."
The Buns had Vitaliy Efendiev
equalize from a penalty at Scottish III.10 side The Jolly Judge HFC, only to then crumble 1-5 as 19 year-old wonderkid Michael Leighton dismantled their defence towards a hat-trick. Louis Lee
would also come off right before the end with a bruised collarbone, but it was not like that was going to get much attention from those gathered, given Leighton's feats.
"He's something special." Buns veteran Tan Dong Hao
admitted. "There was nothing very tricky that he did, just overwhelming fundamentals."
Grilled International defeated Tanzanian Premier League club - and recent national cupwinners - *Azul Granes C.F.* by four goals to one on their part, and it was ten on ten for most of the game, after Lucas Chami and Arcadi Sansalvador
were both sent off by the 35th minute. Umut Koza
and Redhuan bin Mohd Aleshahfezan
had International two up from excellent final approaches by then, with Egidius van der Duin
and Mohsen Zeynali
rushing the left wing in the second half. Ally Komba claimed a consolation, as Sazwan bin Hj Muhd Salleh
waited to enter for Tamit bin Said
International would also oversee the departure of 17 year-old academy midfielder Hj Erwan bin Hj Muhd Salleh to English Division Six competitors Class on Grass AFC concurrent with their trip, with the Nottinghamshire club recruiting a full complement of ten youngsters in a day. The Buns' Sapian Dollah would also land with the Brits, if in London with VI.690 outfit Haliganda Rangers.
Dollah had always been considered a strong possibility to make the Buns' senior squad, with various youth coaches commenting that his raw defensive ability was no lesser than many of their golden generation only now beginning to mature. "Not only did he have the tackling down pat, he could seldom be held off either, and had a great range with his left foot." assistant coach Fauzi Zahirul Haq recounted. "It was really a pity that we could not assure him of regular playing time."
Local II.3 club Galactic Eagles CF agreed, so it seemed, as they had a standing offer for Dollah, having scouted him out on the regular during the Buns' youth games. VAULT7 of the Turkish VI.26 would also send a representative over to take a long look before proferring a contract, but Dollah would pick the Rangers from the three.