Into September, the Dragoons went unbeaten, but have only 6 points to show for their efforts. One thing that is always guaranteed however, is late drama! Each of the Expats matches this month has seen a goal arrive after the 90th minute. Frustratingly, not always the way of the Dragoons either!
Next up, old foes Rybitwy travelled to Prądniczanka. Flavio Nkola curled the Expats into the lead and the side missed a tonne of chances to go further ahead. A disastrous 12 minutes saw the Expats concede three goals through their own errors. A big second half was needed, and Chandran pulled a goal back with 20 minutes left. The side dominated the half and got their reward in the very last minute as Ceri Looker slid the ball into the net to equalise.
Our most recent fixture saw the Dragoons win for the first time this term against Bratniak. As usual, an early goal through Enrico Forabosco put the Expats ahead. The lead lasted under ten minutes as the visitors equalised. A shocking second half from the Dragoons saw Bratniak score twice more, before Josh Dawson pulled a goal back just before the half time whistle. A much improved second half saw Simon Calabrese equalise from a Forabosco corner. The winning goal came in the 88th minute as Chowaniec dispatched Nowak’s cross.
Your nominees to pick from this month are:
Enrico Forabosco 🇮🇹
Forabosco has resumed where he left off last season. The midfield magician started all four games for the Expats. With the magic wand of a left foot, the Italian registered three assists and two goals during September. Enri is a key component of the team and keeps the side ticking with his ability to pick a pass. The midfielder won man of the match awards twice, against Krakus and Bratniak.
Barry Chowaniec 🇵🇱
Barry has enjoyed his start to life since signing for the Dragoons, starting in all fixtures so far this season. The Polish attacker scored three goals in September and played a key part in Flavio’s opening goal against Zwierzyniecki. Chowaniec has electric pace to beat opponents with ease and is a real threat to opposing defenders. It would not be a surprise if he is the most fouled player in the league too! Barry’s man of the match award came in the aforementioned draw versus Zwierzyniecki.
Ceri Looker 🏴
Ceri started once against Krakus Swoszowice showing his versatility in being adept in defence. The Englishman has played most of his football from off the bench this season, usually slotting into midfield. Looker changed the game against Rybitwy, after entering the pitch in the 63rd minute. Playing in the centre of the park, he contributed with several key passes and grabbed the midfield by the scruff of the neck when it was desperately needed. He also claimed his first goal of the season and won the man of the match for his game-changing performance.
Please use the box below to vote. Poll closes on Monday, October 3 at 13:00.