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« on: December 28, 2009, 10:09:49 AM »
Fevrier tells life story, inspires Harvard youths
By JOAN RAMPERSAD Monday, December 28 2009

W CONNECTION coach Stuart Charles Fevrier, addressing the closing ceremony of the Milo/Harvard Football Coaching Clinic 2009 at the Harvard Club, Serpentine Road, St Clair, recently used his own life story as an example to the participating kids at the clinic, if only to emphasise what it takes to become successful in the game football.

Born in Curacao and growing up in St Lucia, Fevrier said he practised every day because he had that love for the game.

He added that football gave him the opportunity to play for St Lucia at age 17, but had too much talent to stay in St Lucia.

When he soon after got an invitation to play in TT, he said to him, it was like going to Brazil to play.

However it was not that easy.

His parents didn’t like the idea of him, the fifth of eight boys, coming to live and play in TT at that age, especially when he didn’t have any family or friends here.

But, said Fevrier, “I cried so much that everybody at home was swimming in tears.” His parents eventually gave him their blessings and in TT, Fevrier went on to play with Fulham, Pro Pioneers and Sphinx, at a time when the crack shot players of TT’s 1974 World Cup campaign were dominating the game here.

“Those were priceless years,” said Fevrier who went on to play another five years with ASL then Trintoc.

In his first years with the latter team, that club emerged winners of the league.

With that, St Lucia’s Sports Minister at the time, came to TT to seek his help with St Lucia football.

Fevrier was only 27 then and felt he was not ready to take that step just yet.

Two years later Fevrier decided to go into coaching because as a player he had already won every trophy in this country so he went back to St Lucia to coach.

This he did for five years and got his national team to third place in regional football. But several calls to him from W Connection manager David John-Williams and Fevrier was back in TT to coach the local club team.

In the meantime, Fevrier went though coaching training, spending six months in Brazil, four months in Hungary, spent some more time in England and completed all the relevant FIFA courses. To Fevrier, football is pleasure and in the last ten years that he has been with W Connection, the team has won 26 titles.

Fevrier turns 50 on January 10, and told the youngsters that in the 33 years he has been in active football he has been very fortunate to be involved in football in the Caribbean.

He said telling his life story as a football person was to reinforce the things the children have been hearing from their own coaches. “Once you have the ball, create space to execute your shot, and learn to master a ball at your feet.”

He also told the kids that he always wanted something out of the game, and then advised that they must first have a love for the game and not think of the money before that love because it is only a good amateur who goes on to a higher level.

He also stated that love for the game, discipline, punctuality, dedication, humility and willingness to learn were all ingredients for success and added, “Always remember to always give your best, regardless of what level you play,” then told them that they were fortunate to have the support of a Club such as Harvard and experienced coaches.

Several awards were given out on the day with Tirek George capturing the Overall Player of the Year.

Other players receiving outstanding awards in the various age groups were Stephen McSween, Kareem Trotman, Jesse St Louis-Evans, Daniel Callender, Bixente Ragbir, Kylon Jacob, Xavier Bowen and Mikhail Phillips, while Daena Vautor-La Placelierre was the most outstanding female footballer.

Newsday, 28th December 2009

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Re: Fevrier tells life story, inspires Harvard youths
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2009, 10:34:43 AM »
Fevrier tells life story, inspires Harvard youths
By JOAN RAMPERSAD Monday, December 28 2009

W CONNECTION coach Stuart Charles Fevrier, addressing the closing ceremony of the Milo/Harvard Football Coaching Clinic 2009 at the Harvard Club, Serpentine Road, St Clair, recently used his own life story as an example to the participating kids at the clinic, if only to emphasise what it takes to become successful in the game football.

Born in Curacao and growing up in St Lucia, Fevrier said he practised every day because he had that love for the game.

He added that football gave him the opportunity to play for St Lucia at age 17, but had too much talent to stay in St Lucia.

When he soon after got an invitation to play in TT, he said to him, it was like going to Brazil to play.

However it was not that easy.

His parents didn’t like the idea of him, the fifth of eight boys, coming to live and play in TT at that age, especially when he didn’t have any family or friends here.

But, said Fevrier, “I cried so much that everybody at home was swimming in tears.” His parents eventually gave him their blessings and in TT, Fevrier went on to play with Fulham, Pro Pioneers and Sphinx, at a time when the crack shot players of TT’s 1974 World Cup campaign were dominating the game here.

“Those were priceless years,” said Fevrier who went on to play another five years with ASL then Trintoc.

In his first years with the latter team, that club emerged winners of the league.

With that, St Lucia’s Sports Minister at the time, came to TT to seek his help with St Lucia football.

Fevrier was only 27 then and felt he was not ready to take that step just yet.

Two years later Fevrier decided to go into coaching because as a player he had already won every trophy in this country so he went back to St Lucia to coach.

This he did for five years and got his national team to third place in regional football. But several calls to him from W Connection manager David John-Williams and Fevrier was back in TT to coach the local club team.

In the meantime, Fevrier went though coaching training, spending six months in Brazil, four months in Hungary, spent some more time in England and completed all the relevant FIFA courses. To Fevrier, football is pleasure and in the last ten years that he has been with W Connection, the team has won 26 titles.

Fevrier turns 50 on January 10, and told the youngsters that in the 33 years he has been in active football he has been very fortunate to be involved in football in the Caribbean.

He said telling his life story as a football person was to reinforce the things the children have been hearing from their own coaches. “Once you have the ball, create space to execute your shot, and learn to master a ball at your feet.”

He also told the kids that he always wanted something out of the game, and then advised that they must first have a love for the game and not think of the money before that love because it is only a good amateur who goes on to a higher level.

He also stated that love for the game, discipline, punctuality, dedication, humility and willingness to learn were all ingredients for success and added, “Always remember to always give your best, regardless of what level you play,” then told them that they were fortunate to have the support of a Club such as Harvard and experienced coaches.

Several awards were given out on the day with Tirek George capturing the Overall Player of the Year.

Other players receiving outstanding awards in the various age groups were Stephen McSween, Kareem Trotman, Jesse St Louis-Evans, Daniel Callender, Bixente Ragbir, Kylon Jacob, Xavier Bowen and Mikhail Phillips, while Daena Vautor-La Placelierre was the most outstanding female footballer.

Newsday, 28th December 2009

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Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2013, 04:56:56 AM »
When Stuart Charles Fevrier leaves W.Connection I believe the club will do much better.

Outside of the Caribbean he will always struggle.

That was some hideous display of football yesterday vs Houston. Same can be said about their last appearance in the CCL in 2012.

Stuart Charles Fevrier has been with W.Connection for over 20 years and should off have the club playing a better and more structured type of football.

Like me or not, I tell it as it is.

Houston were missing 6 starters.

This is your home game, a game you need to win and the team start playing in the 81st minute.

The defence is terrible and weak. How can you send your best player on trail a week before an important game. Poor decision and it will cost you.

They just wasting money and embarrassing the sponsors.

Mekeil Williams has dropped form badly and was acting captain. This player plays with no common sense what so ever.

St Lucian, like Guyanese are not football nations and St Lucians are rampath at W.Connection, from staff to players, they knows nothing about the game outside of the Caribbean, they could talk the game very well though.

I like both Earl Jean and Stuart Charles as friends, they are very nice people but when it comes to coaching, they are not good.

W.Connection spends a lot of money of foreign players and none are good. Joao Ananias seems the only decent prospect. Viveros and Delia are average players. They need to spend some money on their staff. Santos out of the 2 looked ok though.

Silvio Spann should retire.

The subs Britto and Pacheco did not make any impact, especially Britto, this guy went from being a top youth player to a ball watcher.

Kurt Frederick is ok but adds nothing offensively. Arcia is weak.

He sub his best player Joevin Jones. Why? was he injured ? why didn't they switch him up?

This coach is lost and he looked so on the bench, he coaches tired, the same way the players are going to play. He looked lazy and Earl Jean needs to stop barking so much, sometimes it affects the players game. Leave the players, liike them play.

No tactical changes were made to improve the game.

Gerard Williams helped this team a lot, without him, they would have lost. I predict W.Connection is not coming out of the group.

David John Williams is in-bed to Stuart Charles and is blinded by this fact.

The team played without any sort of purpose and idea.

I wasted my time going to that game yesterday.

« Last Edit: August 22, 2013, 01:57:04 AM by Jack Horner »
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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2013, 05:25:36 AM »
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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2013, 08:41:06 AM »
Horner yuh good yes, lol. And by the way, doh get tie with them PMs yuh sending me. I doh support yuh cause atall.
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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #5 on: August 21, 2013, 10:16:06 AM »
I was very disappointed by W Connection.

I wanted them to win but it hurted watching the poor brand of football they played.

Apart from a few decent play they were really poor as a team and they played without an plan.

Caribbean football is very unorganise and predictable.

I hate to agree with Horner, but I really have to question Fevrier's antics as a coach.

After watching Central play Walsall, I feel they might have done a better job.

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« Reply #6 on: August 21, 2013, 10:42:39 AM »
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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #7 on: August 21, 2013, 10:43:04 AM »
Back and talking with a little sense. I actually agree with his post. Look like that time out does work after all, but for how long? We will wait and see.

WAIT!! If he's back, then I guess it's only a matter of time before we hear from "the name that we don't mention on here again" BEWARE!!!

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« Reply #8 on: August 21, 2013, 03:28:34 PM »
I don't usually agree with horner. I agree with some of his points. I swallowing meh pride on this one with gall and vinegar. :frustrated:

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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #9 on: August 22, 2013, 03:25:00 AM »
Stuart Charles make Jamaal Shabazz look like a king.

Could not believe that was W Connection.

The commentators say Houston was missing a few starters, so let Stuart Charles get tie up. Imagine what Houston will do them when they go there.

I like Da Silva Santos, Joao Ananis, Gerard Williams and Jones. I also think Delia will be a force in the T&T league once he gets fit, he showed he can pass and shoot.

Neil Benjamin should get some serious hard clout for that miss. In some country 19 year old players already playing in the big league.

Mekeil Williams, lard fadda. This man makes bad decisions and cant pass to save his life. Leslie Russell much better.

It was painful watch this team play and Stuart Charles talking like his team play so good and they played for 10 minutes in the entire game.

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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2013, 01:20:48 PM »
W connection look a little shaky but all trinidad teams look this way.

they are one of the better teams in the league so you can imagine what the worst team look like.

it is very hard for w connection to play at a high level when they play in the PFL

the standard of the league as a whole has to raise.

With all that said W connection should have easily won that game.


The benjamin fella is good not sure if he is trini but he can make we team easy

Britto had some moments hopefully he could go abroad soon

The St kitts defensive mid is a good player

and the Arcia player on the left could push for a spot on the national team if he is trini we have no left footed men for wide left midfield, carlos done now and he was rightfooted

Fevier does a good job, youth players constanly come through and remember a lot of men leave every year to get contact overseas

Leon
Winchester
Hector
etc

you have to constanly have men coming through to replace

That is not easy
But every year they are in the running and they always do well in the champions league might not advance but never get embarassed.

Fevier is the least of trinidad football worries.

he is probably the one coach that has done more for trinidad football in the last 20 years and he is not even a Trini

so we probably should thank him.

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« Reply #11 on: August 22, 2013, 01:42:21 PM »
W connection look a little shaky but all trinidad teams look this way.

they are one of the better teams in the league so you can imagine what the worst team look like.

it is very hard for w connection to play at a high level when they play in the PFL

the standard of the league as a whole has to raise.

With all that said W connection should have easily won that game.


The benjamin fella is good not sure if he is trini but he can make we team easy

Britto had some moments hopefully he could go abroad soon

The St kitts defensive mid is a good player

and the Arcia player on the left could push for a spot on the national team if he is trini we have no left footed men for wide left midfield, carlos done now and he was rightfooted

Fevier does a good job, youth players constanly come through and remember a lot of men leave every year to get contact overseas

Leon
Winchester
Hector
etc

you have to constanly have men coming through to replace

That is not easy
But every year they are in the running and they always do well in the champions league might not advance but never get embarassed.

Fevier is the least of trinidad football worries.

he is probably the one coach that has done more for trinidad football in the last 20 years and he is not even a Trini

so we probably should thank him.

This is so enlightening, this is someone who obviously knows Stuart Charles and his contribution to TT football from age 17 when he was a player at Fulham, T&T Pro Pioneers, T&T Phoenix Professionals, ASL & Trintoc and now as a very successful coach at W Connection. Thank God Stuart is a very humble & god fearing individual & he will continue to take all criticisms in stride & will continue to work on improving himself and by extension W Connection & T&T Football. All this despite being a foreigner from a small island.

PS. Both Benjamin & Arcia are Trinbagonians.
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« Reply #12 on: August 22, 2013, 02:06:07 PM »
The benjamin fella is good not sure if he is trini but he can make we team easy

Has represented T&T at the U-20 and U-17 levels.

Britto had some moments hopefully he could go abroad soon

Already had trials at Portsmouth, Norwich City, and Adanaspor (Turkish 2nd Division).


and the Arcia player on the left could push for a spot on the national team if he is trini we have no left footed men for wide left midfield, carlos done now and he was rightfooted

Arcia already has 3 caps for the senior team. He played in the Caribbean Cup last year in Tobago.
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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #13 on: August 22, 2013, 03:32:55 PM »
W connection look a little shaky but all trinidad teams look this way.

they are one of the better teams in the league so you can imagine what the worst team look like.

it is very hard for w connection to play at a high level when they play in the PFL

the standard of the league as a whole has to raise.

With all that said W connection should have easily won that game.

The benjamin fella is good not sure if he is trini but he can make we team easy

Britto had some moments hopefully he could go abroad soon

The St kitts defensive mid is a good player

and the Arcia player on the left could push for a spot on the national team if he is trini we have no left footed men for wide left midfield, carlos done now and he was rightfooted

Fevier does a good job, youth players constanly come through and remember a lot of men leave every year to get contact overseas

Leon
Winchester
Hector
etc

you have to constanly have men coming through to replace

That is not easy
But every year they are in the running and they always do well in the champions league might not advance but never get embarassed.

Fevier is the least of trinidad football worries.

he is probably the one coach that has done more for trinidad football in the last 20 years and he is not even a Trini

so we probably should thank him.

They are not the best team in the T&T league but not the worst either and have made many changes to their team from last season, maybe that could also be a reason for the way they played?

Furthermore, 7 players in their line up are not from T&T - Alejandro Figueroa, Joao Ananias, Kurt Frederick, Christian Viveros, Celio da Silva Santos, Gerard Williams and Mirko Delia. Some never played in the T&T league so how can you say that they are the better team in the league?

Arcia and Britto are strikers who do not score a lot of goals and they cannot play the wing. Locally, Marcano, Sebro and Russell Jr are much better wingers.

At the CCL level Joe Public is the best performed team.

Yes, W Connection could have won that game and now they will pay the price when they visit Houston. You can't dwell on could have and could off, results matters. Houston were missing many players as well.

W.Connection did good a few years ago but for the past 4 years they have fallen considerably. And given the status of their team with all 14 foreign players from Brazil and Colombia etc they should be playing at a higher level or even a better brand off football.

You guys need to stop making excuses, Stuart Charles is very comfortable at W.Connection and sits like a fat rat, sometimes, competition is good to rise the level of your ability.

As I mentioned, he is a nice guy, but he needs to know when he was out coached and out foxed especially in his own backyard. Did you see the guy sat on the bench the entire game and the constant shouting from Earl Jean to the players. Don't you think this affect them to a point?

And stop saying that they sell their best players, because Winchester and Leon is mediocre at best. Winchester may have chance if he take his experience from Finland serious.

Daneil Cyrus and Brendon Boucaud is not a W.Connection product, they are from Joe Public, we got Boucaud from St Anthony’s College. Same can be said about Colombian goalkeeper Alejandro Figueroa.

They sell players to survive and they also buy good ones too and nothing is wrong with that.

They have 3 players from St Kitts and 3 from St Lucia, they surely develop his players too.

You have money to buy players all the way from Italy but none to keep a few decent players at the club.

« Last Edit: August 22, 2013, 03:45:54 PM by Jack Horner »
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« Reply #14 on: August 22, 2013, 06:44:05 PM »
Joe public is not in the league
Get over it . When jack FIFA money start to slow down he run quick and drop them down to super league. Why

Because he don't want to waste money on TNT football. Fair weather sponsor

Talk about waste Time developing players

Joe public started the pro league with varnes back in the day and after all that they have no development program

All this from a team that have they own stadium plus facilities , gym pool etc

Money and exposure to burn and what they have to show for it.

Not a damn thing

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« Reply #15 on: September 25, 2013, 07:47:51 PM »
W Connection have some good players, but I have to agree with JH.

They being coach poorly.

They playing without a plan.

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« Reply #16 on: September 25, 2013, 10:51:55 PM »
Now seeing the replay of their game tonight (first half) - soo poor!!! Against a Houston B team. Can't put 3 passes together, poor representation for T&T. I hate critizing our Trini teams but coaches cannot be happy with this stuff!

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Fevrier calls on Super League clubs to be Pro League ambitious.
« Reply #17 on: December 03, 2013, 06:51:48 PM »
Fevrier calls on Super League clubs to be Pro League ambitious.
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DIRECTV W Connection head coach Stuart Charles Fevrier believes that the top four Super League clubs should be ambitious of joining this country’s top tier football league – the TT Pro League.

“The top four Super League clubs, I must say, are much improved clubs than in the past,” said Fevrier on Saturday night after guiding Connection to the 2013 Toyota Classic trophy – the tournament which pits the Super League clubs against the Pro League.

Entering the competition a month ago at Super League positions 1, 2, 3 and 4, were Club Sando, Guaya United, Malabar FC and 1976 Tobago Phoenix respectively.

Phoenix made an early exit, falling 3-0 against Defence Force, and Malabar out in the quarterfinal round after suffering a 4-1 loss against the eventual champions, Connection.

Connection, which leads the Digicel Pro League standings by 6 points with a maximum 15 points from 5 matches, went on to defeat Guaya 3-0 in the semi-final round, then Super League leaders Sando 2-0 in the Final of the Classic at the Ato Boldon Stadium.

But the Fevrier, who started the journey to the title with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Super League outfit Real Maracas in the preliminary round, had praises for the Super League top runners.

“You must give Club Sando credit,” said the long-serving Connection coach, who was voted as the Coach of the 2013 Toyota Classic. “I thought they(Sando) had a very good run.”

Sando became the first ever second tier club to reach the Classic Final by defeating Defence Force 3-2 in the semi-final round over a week ago, and their journey included outlasting Caledonia AIA 11-10 on penalties in the quarter-final round following a 2-2 draw, and prior to that, defeated Police FC 3-1 in the preliminary round.

“They (Sando) were consistent throughout the tournament,” added Fevrier. “I could only hope that they would want to take it a little further and enter the (Pro League), because the top four (Super League) teams are capable of competing in the Pro League.

“Obviously they would have to get a little more depth if they have to do that. But I was quite pleased with what I saw from the top four Super League teams this year.”

Throughout the tournament, which came to an end last weekend, Sando head coach Anthony Streete and his Guaya counterpart, Ron La Forest continuously expressed that it is the desire of their respective clubs to try and join the Pro League next season.

“The Super League is the main thing we set out for [this season],” said Streete, following Saturday night’s Toyota Classic Final. “But we want to (join) the Pro League next year, and that’s the whole purpose for putting this team together.”

Just as Guaya and Malabar, Sando recruited quite a number of ex-Pro League players this season, such as standouts Teba Mc Knight, Kern Cupid, Andre Marchan, Corneal Thomas, Devon Drayton and Devon Modeste.

Gorian Highley, Kevon Woodley, Cyrano Glen, Hayden Tinto and even veteran Kendall Velox where among the standouts for Malabar, while Ryan Stewart, Kevin Jagdeosingh, Carlon Hughes and Beville Joseph were among the stars of Guaya.

Stewart and his fellow ‘Guayans’ will have a shot at revenge against Connection on Wednesday in the quarterfinal round of the FA Trophy competition when they host the ‘Savonnetta Boys’ from 3:30p.m. at the La Savanne Recreation Ground in Guayaguayare.

In other FA quarterfinal round match-ups, North East Stars will travel to the Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin against fellow Pro League campaigners and home side Point Fortin Civic from 3:30p.m., last season’s defeated finalists Central FC against Petrotrin Palo Seco at the Palo Seco Recreation Ground from 6p.m., and at the same kick0ff time QPCC and Malabar FC will tackle each other at the Dibe Recreation Ground in Long Circular.

Next, W Connection, Stars, Point Fortin and Central will all return to Digicel Pro League action on the weekend in Round One Match Day Seven.

North East Stars will travel to the Hasely Crawford Stadium from 8p.m. against San Juan Jabloteh on Friday following a 6p.m. clash between St. Ann’s Rangers and Police FC.

On Saturday Point Fortin will host reigning champions Defence Force from 3:30p.m. at the Mahaica Oval, and Connection against town-rivals Central from 5p.m. at the Ato Boldon Stadium.

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Re: Fevrier calls on Super League clubs to be Pro League ambitious.
« Reply #18 on: December 05, 2013, 09:59:46 AM »
Just expand Pro League to at least 10 and have a 2up-2down promotion/relegation between the two :)

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W Spotlight: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #19 on: December 09, 2013, 06:39:49 PM »
W Spotlight: Stuart Charles Fevrier
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Name: Stuart Charles Fevrier
 
Nationality: Saint Lucian
 
Birth Date: January 19th
 
Title/Position: Technical Director/Head Coach
 
Years with WCFC: 1999-present
 
 
1.  Who is your favourite local footballer of all time and why?
I’ve played alongside many extraordinary players for a number of years and I have more than one favourite. If I had to choose I would say Leroy Spann and Noel Sammy Llewellyn. They were both hard workers on and off the field. They trained hard and were very consistent in terms of scoring and creating goals.
 
2.  Who is your favourite international footballer of all time and why?
Pelé. I have always admired his humility and his tremendous skill.
 
3.  If you had the opportunity to add any (current) player local or international to your roster who would it be and why?
I would say Lionel Messi because he is the best player in the world at the moment.
 
4.  What do you love about the game of football?
I love that football is a sport where even the underdog has the chance to be on top. To me it is just the greatest sport in the world.
 
5.  What is your favourite sport second to football?
Athletics. I myself was an athlete back in the day.
 
6.  What does W Connection mean to you?
W Connection for me means family. I have been with the club since its entrance in the TT Pro League (in 1999) and share a strong bond with everyone who is a part of the WCFC organization (owners, staff and players).
 
7.  What advice would you give to a young player who wants to become a professional footballer?
I would say to him or her that a footballer is first a human being, second an athlete and third a footballer. You have to develop your character and always have a positive attitude. You cannot be selfish, especially in play. You also need to take care of your body and train hard. Last but certainly not least you need to work with the ball constantly, to the point where the ball obeys you.
 
8.  What advice would you give a new and inexperienced coach?
I would tell him/her to believe in yourself and your football philosophy.
 
9.  What are some of your greatest achievements as a coach thus far?
I have achieved so much in my coaching career but I would say that the four which really stand out for me are:
Taking the St. Lucia National Senior team to 3rd place (behind Trinidad and Jamaica) in my second Caribbean Championship coaching the team (1990).
Defeating Mexico’s National Under-20 team with a St. Lucia National B-team in 1986.
Winning my first trophy (FA Cup) with W Connection FC in our TT Pro League debut (1999).
Being appointed National Senior and U-23 Coach of Trinidad & Tobago in 2003.
 
10.  What have been your greatest achievements as a player?
Again there are so many but I would have to say:
Making the St. Lucia National Senior team at 15 years and establishing myself as a starter.
Being awarded St. Lucia’s Footballer of the Year award also at age 15 years.
Signing my first professional contract here in Trinidad at the age of 18 years.
 
11.  What are some of your greatest personal achievements?
Being awarded St. Lucia’s highest Civilian Honour, the St. Lucia Medal Of Merit (SLMM).
Being named as one of 25 True Ambassadors for their contribution to Sports in St. Lucia over the past 25 years.
 
12.  Do you have any game day rituals?
Ensuring that I am well rested and mentally refreshed.
 
13.  What do you hope to achieve this season?
Like all other seasons we as a club work towards winning as much silverware as possible and preparing players for international success.
 
14.  What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Spending time with my family and watching football.
 
15.  What is your favourite music genre and who is your favourite music artist?
I can’t just choose one. I like reggae, calypso and soul music and I would have to say my favourite artists are Bob Marley, Mighty Sparrow and Earth, Wind & Fire.
 
16.  Name one place you would like to visit if given the opportunity.
I would love the opportunity to go to Spain.
 
17.  What is your favourite food/meal?
Green salad, peas, ground provision and fish.
 
18.  What is your favourite movie/TV Show?
I like western and action movies but I don’t have any favourites.
 
19.  Give one word to describe yourself as a coach and as a person.
As a coach I am pragmatic. As a person I am humble.
 
20.  What are your pet peeves?
I don’t like to see people being taken advantage of especially when they are vulnerable.
 
21.  What do you miss about your homeland?
Being able to take a quick run to the beach. Back home there is always a beach nearby. I also miss my family and friends especially my father, my brothers and sister, and my grandmother who is 104 years old.
 
22.  What do you like about Trinidad & Tobago?
The diversity of the country and the variety of food available. I also like the fact that Trinidad & Tobago is one of the more developed Caribbean countries. That definitely has its perks.
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Re: W Spotlight: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #20 on: December 11, 2013, 09:51:06 AM »
Interesting stuff - I'd like some more probing questions tho like football philosophy and favoured formation :)

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Re: Stuart Charles Fevrier
« Reply #21 on: February 25, 2014, 08:34:12 AM »
WCFC COACH'S CORNER

Stuart Charles Fevrier, SLMM
 
Date of Birth: January 19
 
Place Of Birth: Curaçao
 
Nationality: St. Lucian
 
Marital Status: Married

 
 
1. How qualified are you?
 
1988
Successfully completed a Diploma Course at the Hungarian University of Physical Education Post Graduating Institute from February 1988 to June 1988.
 
1989
Successfully completed a one month Basic Course in Brazilian Football at the Brazilian Football Academy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
   
1990
Successfully completed a three month Advanced Course in Brazilian Football at the Brazilian Football Academy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
 
1991
Successfully completed English F.A. Preliminary Coaching Course.
 
1992
Successfully completed English F.A. Diploma Course and was awarded Coaching Licence.
 
 
2. What is your football philosophy?

To control the game by means of ball possession and ball circulation. Also to try to gain positive results playing attractive football.
 
 
3. What is your favourite system and why?

I have no favourite system but I personally go for flexible systems. I like systems that allow the players to use the field and express themselves. The system has to allow the player to play total football meaning that every player is an attacker when the team possesses the ball and every player is a defender when the team is not in possession of the ball.
 
 
4. How do you prepare the team for a game?

I tend to be concerned more about how I want the team to play instead of thinking too much about the opponent. At W Connection all our games are taped and I conduct a post-mortem of our previous game with the team. In these sessions I point out to the players the good and the bad. In our training sessions leading up to the game I focus on remedying the mistakes made in the previous game while reinforcing the positives.
 
 
5. What role does discipline play in the team?

We at W Connection are very serious about discipline. Our players are aware of what we expect from them and if they choose to go against club rules we hold the right to take disciplinary action accordingly.
 
 
6. Which European League do you prefer? (Example, La Liga, Bundesliga, Barclays Premier League).

I enjoy watching all the leagues because they all have their aspects that I enjoy and learn from.
 
 
*Photo courtesy Stuart Charles Fevrier who is seen photographed with former Brazilian international player Arthur Antunes Coimbra aka Zico (Brazil, 1989).







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« Reply #22 on: February 25, 2014, 12:14:22 PM »
Good data. Nice read. Interesting pic.
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« Reply #23 on: February 25, 2014, 12:28:13 PM »
Stuart Charles Fevrier Forever !!!!!

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« Reply #24 on: November 05, 2016, 09:31:37 AM »
Condolences to Stuart Charles Fevrier on the passing of his father.

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Condolences to the Fevrier family.

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Charles-Fevrier hesitant about T&T job
« Reply #26 on: November 29, 2016, 06:35:29 AM »
Charles-Fevrier hesitant about T&T job
By Joel Bailey (T&T Newsday)


THE Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is set to decide on a new national men’s team coach “at the shortest possible time”, but one of the names being bandied about, W Connection’s coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier, is remaining tightlipped over whether he will be next in line to replace the sacked Stephen Hart.

The 53-year-old Hart was fired by the TT FA last Thursday, after an inconsistent run which saw the national team lose eight out of their 13 international matches in 2016.

But the 57-year-old Charles-Fevrier, who served as TT coach from May 2003 (when he took over from Hannibal Najjar) until January 2004 (when he was replaced by Bertille St Clair), refused to give a definite answer when asked, during a telephone interview yesterday, if he will consider taking up the reins again.

Former W Connection president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David John-Williams, who is now completing his first year at the helm of the TT FA, noted yesterday, “this is a national issue, a very important issue and when there is something to report, I am sure the Newsday will amongst many to know, at the shortest possible time.” Charles-Fevrier, a St Lucian, commented, “a lot of people have been saying that David wanted to fire Hart to give me the job. I don’t really want to get myself involved in that kind of bacchanal and that kind of confusion.” Charles-Fevrier continued, “I’m quite comfortable to work with the club (W Connection) because, at this point in time, it’ll be difficult for me to tell you yes because the way people (will) see it is that David wanted to fire Hart to give me the job. That’s how they (will) see it.

“I don’t think I will like to (accept it),” he added. “I will be happy to help but, under these circumstances, I don’t feel I really want to (take up the offer).

That’s how (people) will watch it.

They wouldn’t say that I’m a professional and if the Association (decided) to change Hart and they ask me, then I could consider it.

“I don’t think that’s the reason the Association took the decision they took.

“I can’t really give you an answer, because of the perception (people might have).” Charles-Fevrier has been with W Connection (barring his brief stint with the TT team) since its entry into top flight football in 1999, guiding them to numerous titles, including five league crowns (2000, 2001, 2005, 2011-12 and 2013-14) and five Caribbean titles He did state though that he remains open to all possibilities, “I’m a professional coach.

That’s what I do for a living. I’ll always consider any offer that I’ll get.

I’ll always consider it because that’s my job.

“Right now I work with W Connection.

I’m committed to W Connection. I’ve been working with the club for 15 to 16 years. I have a very good relationship with the management of the club.

I’m happy with the club.” John-Williams, however, refused to divulge any names being considered but admitted, “we’ve had several applications, we’ve had several discussions, we’ve had no appointments.” He also revealed, “we’ve had 24 applications so far (from) all over the world, locally, regionally and internationally.” However, a source in the TTFA noted yesterday that four persons, all foreigners, are being strongly considered by the TTFA technical committee for the position.
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Re: Charles-Fevrier hesitant about T&T job
« Reply #27 on: November 29, 2016, 06:58:59 AM »
Please no. This man can't even get a job to coach he own country. If he is chosen, it shows that the TTFA ain't have the money to get s good coach.. Looks like DJW will be naming his rum buddies to the vacant posts.

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Re: Charles-Fevrier hesitant about T&T job
« Reply #28 on: November 29, 2016, 07:11:29 AM »
Allyuh cyah worry me and the BS that is football in TnT, is clownishness after clownishness...steups!!!!
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Re: Charles-Fevrier hesitant about T&T job
« Reply #29 on: November 29, 2016, 08:43:29 AM »
Allyuh cyah worry me and the BS that is football in TnT, is clownishness after clownishness...steups!!!!
clownishness? Ohhhh.......you are being too kind.....these people are meat heads, dead from the neck up and it's not just the federation but the whole football body on that clueless island. i've seen it time after time where the rede ration fired coach after coach and there's no lessons to be learned.

Now I watching this jackass of a president if he would fire an A class coach who knew the player pool to hire a D class coach who never coached on this level nor had he any success in regional competition.

This ungrateful man had the nerve to marginalize hart's accomplishment for qualifying for the hex by saying he barely drew with Guatemala when we were on our way to winning the game when Guatemala scored in the very tail end of the game. These men have no pedigree. I believe Sam and I have a hunch in the end hill hire Stuart charles, just watch th ride.
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