GSSA standout midfielder and Barbados International player, Sheran Hoyte, has arrived at English League 2 football club Fleetwood Town FC. Here pictured with Head Coach, James Ward at the Manchester Airport, Sheran was evaluated while on the 2019 GSSA Showcase tour of England. Sheran, a brilliant midfielder with a superb work ethic, is the 4th GSSA player to go to England this year on trial. All of us at GSSA wish him much success.
GSSA standout striker and current captain of Herkimer College (New York), Shemar Blair, has been named to the 2019 ALL AMERICA team. Shemar has led Herkimer in scoring both in 2018 and in 2019. He was the key to their appearance in the 2019 National Finals. GSSA develops players and offers them meaningful opportunities to progress. GSSA is yours to discover.
Toronto FC (TFC) recently announced that promising young GSSA goalkeeper Jaheim Wickham has put pen to paper to sign a youth contract with the club.It is no secret that there’s something special about the 15 year old Jaheim. He was a part of the 2017 GSSA Pro Academy Showcase team that toured Northern England and trained with our U18 team. His performances in England were outstanding and he earned a trial at Bolton Wanderers FC, where he lived and trained as a professional footballer for 9 days.Bolton Wanderers remains interested in the young lad but signing with TFC offers him the immediate opportunity to continue to train in a professional environment.
Either way, it’s good for Jaheim. And who knows, just maybe we might see him starting between the sticks for either Bolton Wanderers FC or Toronto FC down the road, All of us at GSSA is proud of Jaheim and wishes him the best of luck.
The young GSSA squad gave a scintillating display of possession football at the recently concluded Champions Showcase in Ottawa. It was a great performance by the young lads who scored 9 goals and conceded only 3 goals in the tournament. In the Gold Medal game they dominated possession and battered the Waterloo team only to come up on the wrong end of a 2-1 loss. They wore their Silver medals proudly as they knew that they were the better team on the day.