Keith Jeffrey, head coach of former Caribbean champions San Juan Jabloteh, is bracing for a baptism of fire when he leads the San Juan Kingsinton Group E action of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2017 Club Championship—the Caribbean’s qualifying tournament to the CONCACAF Champions League—this week.
Caribbean Club Championship
It was a game that had everything, yet sadly it could only be seen in Haiti.
‘Couva Sharks’ to meet Haiti’s Don Bosco in a repeat of last season’s Caribbean Club Championship semis
Darren Mitchell scored with four minutes left to give defending champions Central FC a hard-fought 1-0 win over Jamaica League leaders Montego Bay United on Sunday to secure a place in the semi-final round of the 2016 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship where the “Couva Sharks” will meet Haiti’s Don Bosco in a repeat of last season’s semis.
Reigning champions Central FC and last season's runners-up W Connection will contest the 2016 final of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship – a rematch of last season's final – on Sunday at the Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Defending Caribbean Club champions Central FC have sent a warning to hosts Montego Bay United by drubbing 10-man Cayman Islands team Scholars International 6-0 at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in Jamaica on Friday night.
Caribbean Club Champions, Central F.C. are organising a boat cruise to help fund the defence of their title in Haiti at the end of April.
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.
Calling Mr Smith
Should the last round of the 2016 Caribbean Club Championship (CCC) be held abroad, defending champions Bankers Insurance Central FC may still not be able to defend their title.
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.