By the hook or the crook. That’s the extent to which Central FC Sharks will be going to ensure participation in the play-offs in Group Three of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship in Montego Bay, Jamaica, from Wednesday to Sunday. Up to yesterday, the club was still short of its financial obligations to fulfill its fixtures but operations manager Kevin Harrison said that plans were well underway for their 6 a.m. flight tomorrow.
Caribbean Club Championship
The Sport Company of Trinidad & Tobago (SPoRTT) under past and, present ministers never ceases to amaze when it comes to supporting football in this country as Central FC is on the verge of becoming the latest victim of the poorly run cash-strapped government agency.
Reigning Caribbean champions Central FC will compete in one of two do-or-die three-team groups Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship 2016 when preliminary-round play runs off from 24-28 February (Group 1-3) and 2-6 March (Group 4).
Forwards Jamal Charles and Malik St. Prix each scored a goal during Sunday’s hard-fought effort by W Connection to defeat Suriname’s Inter Meongotapoe 3-1 and secure a spot in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship 2016 semi-finals, to be contested on April 29.
A meeting between Montego Bay United (Jamaica) and holder Central FC (Trinidad & Tobago) will highlight preliminary-round play in the 2016 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship after the groups and schedule were announced Thursday.
ATO BOLDON STADIUM, Couva—W Connection enjoyed a second half goal-feast on Friday night after coming from behind early in the game to trash Guadeloupe outfit Club Sportif Moulien 5-1.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will benefit from a $20million kit sponsorship deal borne out of a partnership that will also promote the Caribbean League Football (CLF).
W Connection scored an emphatic 4-2 win over Dominican Republic outfit Atlantico FC in their opening Concacaf Champions League (CCL) 2016-17 qualifying game on Wednesday night in a hot contest that saw three players sent off by St. Lucian referee Leo Clarke at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Trinidad.
Central FC are the new kings of the Caribbean after edging nine-man W Connection 2-1 in the final of the 2015 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship on Sunday night at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.