Gorham aims for treble-winning season
RANSOMES Sports manager Peter Gorham has never been slow in coming forward.And Gorham today looked ahead to a treble-winning season.His unbeaten side play leaders Westerfield United tomorrow in the Senior Division of the Kingsley Healthcare SIL at Sidegate Avenue with Gorham saying: “I would like to win everything this season, and I am not just being cocky.
RANSOMES Sports manager Peter Gorham has never been slow in coming forward.
And Gorham today looked ahead to a treble-winning season.
His unbeaten side play leaders Westerfield United tomorrow in the Senior Division of the Kingsley Healthcare SIL at Sidegate Avenue with Gorham saying: “I would like to win everything this season, and I am not just being cocky.
“If we beat Westerfield, and I don't think we have anything to worry about having doubled them last season, we could move up to the top five.
“If we can stay there to Christmas it would be a great platform to make a serious title challenge.
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“My dream is to manage a side at Portman Road in the Suffolk Senior Cup and we play Westerfield in the next round having beaten Ridgeons League Long Melford last weekend.
“And I want to retain the Omnico Cup having enjoyed our success last season.”
Injuries have forced Gorham into making changes this term, with the arrival of Tom Parker and Liam Bevis from Grundisburgh proving a plus and striker Steve Townes' move from Essex adding to the goals tally.
“We have put ourselves on a pedestal, but I am not concerned about that,” added Gorham. “I have a squad of 18 or 19 players all desperate to play and our set-up puts a lot of Ridgeon League clubs to shame.”
If Richard Page's Swans slip up second and third-placed Crane Sports and Achilles are waiting to take over at the top and their crunch meeting at Salmet Close, Ipswich should be well worth watching.
Ipswich Athletic have games in hand and they would move into a really threatening position with a victory at Capel Plough while at the other end of the table the bottom two meet at Leiston St Margarets with Stowupland Falcons seeking their first point(s).