Monday, October 9, 2017

On the counter attack, a through ball is played from inside the GS United half from our central midfield into the oppositions half through the inside left when our forward latches onto the ball, takes on and beats two defenders before striking the ball home into the far side of the net past the keeper.... the crowd goes wild and chant LOU-REN-CO! LOU-REN-CO! LOU-REN-CO!

GS United's first ever goal scorer in the Jersey Football Combination! 

Yesterday afternoon saw a great game of football between JTC Jersey Wanderers and GS United U11s. In only our second ever game in the U11 development program, although GS United had a slow start during the first period, the second and third period produced some fantastic football from both teams and some fine skills and goals scored. The fourth period saw our newly established squad tiring and they had to dig in deep and persevere until the final whistle was blown.

We are delighted with our youngsters who grew as the game went on and scored five goals coming from Lourenco (2), Brandon (2) and one of our new signings Finn (1).

Our new squad of players are learning every week at practice and at every match and long may it continue. The more we learn, the better we will get. Well done everyone involved and welcome to the club our new signings David, Thian and Murray.

The futures bright, the futures orange!

#keeplearning #keepworkinghard #keepgettingbetter #gsunited

Monday, October 9, 2017

A massive morning of football at Grainville hosting our visitors Trinity FC Minis yesterday! 

Donning our new "Electric Orange" Umbro kit sponsored by jobhunter.jeGS United played in five development games vs Trinity FC that involved nearly 80 young players participating and developing in the four corners of the Football Associations development model. 

All the games provided a variety of challenges for each team that will help them improve their decision making whilst developing their resilience on top of their footballing ability. Some wonderful performances throughout the morning and football that at times was very pleaseing on the eye! We are delighted with the progress our players are making and continue to look forward to nurturing their talent.

Thank you to Trinity FC Minis and their supporters, and to our own parents, players and coaches for all your continued support and effort.

#practice #learn #improve #gsunited

Thursday, October 5, 2017

We are delighted to advise that our friends from Trinity FC Minis will be attending Grainville this weekend for our first development of the new season. We have five games lined up as well as our normal practice session for our Reception and Year 1 players.

Please arrive 20 minutes before kick off for you game.

Game 1 - GS United Year 2 vs Trinity Year 2  

9:15am Kick off - 5 aside / 3x10 minute periods

  • Cole S

  • Bailey W

  • Freddie C

  • Harry G

  • Tom I

  • Harry S

Game 2 - GS United Year 2&3 vs Trinity Year 2 

9:50am Kick off / 5 aside / 3x10 minute periods

  • Alex C

  • Jack B

  • Jake S

  • Kailan DS

  • Ross T

  • Eddie K

Game 3 - GS United Year 3&4 vs Trinity Year 3&4

10:30am Kick Off / 6 aside / 4x10 minute periods

  • Quinlan O

  • Taylor LS

  • Sonny D

  • Kai G

  • Alex C

  • Joseph G

  • Samuel J

Game 4 - GS United Year 4&5 vs Trinity Year 4s

11:10am Kick Off / 6 aside / 4x10 minute periods

  • Zachary T

  • Gustaw D

  • Ashton P

  • Christian W

  • Luke C

  • William M

  • Max K

  • Dexter K

Game 5 - GS United Year 4&5 vs Trinity Year 4&5

11:45am Kick Off / 6 aside / 4x10 minute periods

  • Alex K

  • Layten H

  • Boden M

  • Luke H

  • Freddie B

  • Hayden G

  • Sam P

Spectators

Whilst enjoying the mornings football, please can an all spectators ensure they remain behind the Red coned off Spectator line during matches.

Our coaches understand that you as Parents, Guardians and Spectators will have your views on games and obviously want your child to perform well.  But, at GS United we request that parents refrain from shouting any negative or tactical opinions at their child or any other player.

Please understand that players do hear any negative comments made on the sidelines and these remarks will stay with them for a very long time. In fact they may never forget them.

Our children will make mistakes, but that’s ok. Our joint encouragement and support will provide our children with confidence to positively express themselves. 

You have given us the privilege of coaching you child, where we will support them in their passion for the game and their development within it. The job of our Coaching Team is to provide a learning environment where tactical knowledge of the game, team and individual player performance is delivered in a tactful way to enhance their learning in a fun environment.

Here's a little taster of why our kids love playing football...

Parking

We would also like to take this opportunity to ask parents to park in the car park directly outside of Grainville Schools main entrance or in the playing fields car park higher up and walk down to our training venue

GS United Kit

As usual, please ensure that all players wear our GS United full kit with orange socks, black shorts and orange jersey sponsored by jobhunter.je and bring a water bottle, shin pads and boots with them. No boots or shin pads, no participation.

Contact

If you are unable to attend or are running late, please contact Coach Ken Brawley on 07797 736960 as soon as possible.

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