Holy Play-offs – Its Crimefighting Duo Bohanman and Captain Power!
Beware Nuneaton Town for Bohan Dixon – the 6′ 4″ assassin who is so dangerous he comes with a government health warning and is only allowed less than 16 minutes on a pitch – is gunning for goals. STMI understand extra police have been drafted in for this fixture just in case, but fear not crime-fighting duo Bohan Dixon and Captain power will be there to supply the goals and assists to keep everyone happy
Rose Tinted always sees the positives
Bohan is Simmo’s all action Jackson, an impact player that puts more into a 15 minute cameo than most players put into a game. Not one for pacing himself the ace puts himself about like a man possessed. But beware because so far his goals have come in two’s as he reeks havoc in the box. His 79th and 89th minute headers from two Alan Power corners have got him up and running in the League after another powerful brace against Lincoln United to cement a contract with the Imps.
Bohan is a determined lad and knows he is destined to become a massive Impact player since battling his way back from nowhere. Accrington plucked Bohan out of non-league obscurity last season after spotting him scoring for fun with McGinty’s a Sunday League side. But it was the same old story for Big Bohan, as as he failed to dislodge those in front of him. So he returned to the building game before ‘You’ll never beat Paul Morgan’ the ex-Imp Captain under Keith tipped Simmo off about his potential – shades of Percy Freeman anyone?
Bohan has spent a lot of his time as a central defender, including Welsh Premier outfit Connah’s Quay, which is perhaps the reason for a lack goals on his bio. He did have a prolific spell as a striker at Buckley that inspired Hednesford to give him a 6 month deal but again he failed to break through and was released after two months on a free to Burscough before deciding to go into the construction game with the odd Guinness and goal glut on a Sunday for McGinty’s (in that order). Paul Cook the Accrington manager could not sign him fast enough, gave him a one year deal and then gave him one start plus 4 from the bench before being released this summer.
Keith Alexander used big central defenders in a target man / striking role to good effect with Jamie McCombe and Nat Brown two great examples. Ben Futcher even top scored for the Imps in Keith’s early reign, but it took faith in Simmo to make the lad realise that he has a future in the game, using his strengths as an impact plater late in the game. His hard work and promise in previous powerful cameo appearances got their just rewards last week
Well played Bohan you look good for a few this season!