JB Seton Sets Malaysia On Fire
- Scores His 24th Goal of the Season


 
"African Dust" JB Seton

August 28, 2002
Siebo D. WilliamsMonrovia

        It seems the goal exploits of former Invincible Eleven (IE) life-wire Josiah JB. Seton, alias "Africa's Dust or Sali Afrique" is increasing day by as the youthful Liberian player continues to score goals at will in that part of the world.

        JB, who is popularly called "Africa's Dust" scored his 24th goal of the season for club Sarab FC in the Malaysian First Division league yesterday in his team's 2-1 victory over another club side. In fact the player is now nick named "George Weah' by Malaysian football fanatics.

        According to the player who spoke to our Sports Desk immediately after the match, his team was down 0-1 in the early minutes of the match. Sensing the danger the lead was posing to their lead who are leading in their group, he fashioned himself and took on his opponents.

       "It is only God who knows how I got the strength and courage to score the equalizer for my team. After mounting pressure, I scored the equalizer from a powerful header," JB told this Website.

       Commenting on, JB added that the equalizer gave his team the courage that it could win. Adding, "we then launched a massive attack that led to our winning goal."

       Concluding, he said his team is in a good position in the league and hope to continue performing well.

       JB then said he hopes to bring his goal scoring form on the Lone Star when she takes on Guinea on September 8 in Conakry in the 2004 African Cup of Nations qualifiers. JB Seton is among those foreign-based players coach Kadala Kromah has listed for the match against Guinea. His present goal scoring form will be an added advantage when Lone Star takes on Guinea.

 

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