I'm sure once you improve technically you'll start to bag em in left and right
My second season at FC Oss turned out to be an unbridled success.
Not only did I manage to stay fit for the entire season but I also managed to put together some good performances & even break club records!
My stellar displays on the pitch saw me dubbed "The wizard of Oss" by the locals & at home games my name was greeted by a chant of "Ossie, Ossie, Ossie! Oi! Oi! Oi!" whenever the team sheet was read out.
FC Oss also had a great year.
A 7th placed finish was the clubs highest ever league position & also qualified us for the promotion play-offs!
Unfortunately we were unable to produce any further shocks, getting knocked out in the 2nd round after breezing past Almere City in the 1st.
The home game against NEC also set a new record attendance mark.
Perhaps the expectation created by the record crowd was partly responsible for the poor performance which ultimately cost us our chances of promotion? Who knows!
On an interesting side note, this year was also a big year for my younger brother George, who is following in his big brothers footsteps it seems.
George moved to Sydney with the rest of the family when I was first signed from Tamworth. He was only 9 years old back then but always loved the game &, like me, hoped one day to make a career out of it.
I am so pleased that the Wanderers have given him the chance to make that dream a reality & look forward to following his career closely.
Who knows, maybe one day we will be on the same pitch representing our country!