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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #60 on: March 13, 2016, 09:02:39 PM »
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #61 on: March 13, 2016, 09:03:37 PM »
Congrats to Central. They got the job done

I hope they realise they still have A LOT of improvement to do to have a chance of doing well at the CONCACAF level.
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #62 on: March 13, 2016, 09:10:48 PM »

Central score 1-0
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What's up with the gloves doh?

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #63 on: March 13, 2016, 09:28:17 PM »

Central score 1-0
excellent composure by Joseph

What's up with the gloves doh?

Lol think its a striker superstition. He started wearing it and then he kept scoring in 8 or 9 consecutive games. So guess he is gonna continue keeping it on.

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #64 on: March 14, 2016, 09:01:00 AM »

Central score 1-0
excellent composure by Joseph

What's up with the gloves doh?

Lol think its a striker superstition. He started wearing it and then he kept scoring in 8 or 9 consecutive games. So guess he is gonna continue keeping it on.

Whatever works for him, I hope he keeps doing it!

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #65 on: March 14, 2016, 09:23:12 AM »
Late Mitchell goal puts Central one win away from Concacaf Champions League spot.
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‘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.

A draw at the Montego Bay Sporting Complex in Jamaica would have also suffice with Central leading the three-team Group 3 on goal difference ahead of kick off, after Friday’s 6-0 hammering of Cayman Islands team Scholars International, who were defeated 4-0 by Montego Bay United on Wednesday.

But Mitchell scored his second Caribbean Club Championship goal of the current campaign in the 86th minute, hitting past former Joe Public and Jamaica international goalkeeper Jacomeno Barrett from a left side Marcus Joseph cross to flatten the home side’s hopes of advancing into the semis.

Two minutes earlier Montego Bay United defender Winston Wilkinson saw red after picking up his second yellow card of the game for a challenge on Jason Marcano that sent the “Couva Sharks”’ midfielder crashing off the field and into the fourth official’s table.

Apart from a difficult game—something the Dale Saunders coached-Central had predicted—the “Couva Sharks” were forced to replace first choice goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams with Akel Clarke just beyond the half hour mark with a suspected shoulder injury, which the Trinidad and Tobago international picked up in the 20th minute.

However Central, Caribbean champions on their Club Championship debut in 2015, went on to become the second TT Pro League outfit to qualifying for this season’s semi-final round after W Connection, who topped Group 1 hosted in Trinidad in February.

The two semi-final round winners and the third-place winners of the Club Championship will secure the three Caribbean berths at the 2016/17 Concacaf Champions League.

Connection, multiple-time Caribbean champions and last season’s runners-up, completed their group with maximum 9 points with wins over Dominican Republic’s Atlantico FC (4-2), Guadeloupe’s CS Moulien (5-1) and Suriname’s Inter Moengo Tapoe (3-1) and will meet Jamaica’s Arnett Gardens in the semi-finals on April 29.

Arnett Gardens topped Group 4 hosted in Dominican Republic with wins over Haiti’s America FC (3-0), Suriname’s SV Notch (8-4) and home side Club Atletico Pantoja (1-0).

While Central’s semi-final opponents for a second consecutive time, Don Bosco FC, topped the three-team Group 2 in Haiti. The hosts defeated Bermuda’s Somerset Cricket Club FC (5-0) and Guadeloupe’s La Gauloise de Basse-Terre (3-1).

Last season Central, coached then by former England and Tottenham defender Terry Fenwick, needed penalties to defeat Don Bosco 3-1 following a goalless semi-final draw before edging 9-man W Connection in the final to lift the Caribbean crown.

Results

Montego Bay United 0 vs Central FC 1 (Darren Mitchell 86’)

Central FC line-up: Jan-Michael Williams (Akel Clarke 33rd minute); Kevon Villaroel, Kaydion Gabriel, Jamal Jack (Capt.), Andre Ettienne, Nathanial Garcia, Elijah Manners (Elton John 46th minute), Darren Mitchell, Sean De Silva, Jason Marcano, Marcus Joseph

Unused substitutes: Nicholas Dillon, Michael Yaw Darko, Kadeem Corbin, Leston Paul, Mickaeel Jem Gordon

Coach: Dale Saunders

Final Round (April 29)

Semi-Final 1

W Connection (T&T) vs Arnett Gardens (Jamaica)

Semi-Final 2

Don Bosco FC (Haiti) vs Central FC (T&T)

Final

May 1

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #66 on: March 14, 2016, 09:28:40 AM »

Central score 1-0
excellent composure by Joseph




What's up with the gloves doh?

Lol think its a striker superstition. He started wearing it and then he kept scoring in 8 or 9 consecutive games. So guess he is gonna continue keeping it on.

Whatever works for him, I hope he keeps doing it!

Check YouTube for. Portuguese guy named Joao Alves. Luvas Pretas. black gloves.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgixhLlTfbU
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #67 on: March 14, 2016, 09:35:38 AM »
Arnett Gardens beat SV Notch 8-4. That must be was quite a game.

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #68 on: March 16, 2016, 05:00:43 PM »

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Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #69 on: April 27, 2016, 01:59:00 PM »
Central and Connection head to Haiti for final round of Concacaf Champions League qualifying.
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Reigning Caribbean champions, Central FC, and last season’s runners-up, W Connection, will attempt to top the region for a second consecutive time when they contest the final round of the Caribbean Club Championship 2016 from April 29 to May 1 at the Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

W Connection, the most successful team in the competition, will tackle Jamaica’s Arnett Gardens from 4:30pm on Friday in semi-final one, before holders Central FC meet Haiti’s Don Bosco FC in semi-final two from 7pm – in a repeat of last season’s semi-final – after all four teams topped their respective groups in the first round.

Both semi-final round winners will secure berths at next season’s Concacaf Champions League 2016/17 while advancing to Sunday’s Caribbean Club Championship final from 7pm.

Meanwhile the defeated semi-finals must contest the third-place play-off on Sunday from 4:30pm to secure the third and final Caribbean berth at next season’s Concacaf Champions League.

Last season the “Couva Sharks”, during their debut run at the tournament, defeated Don Bosco 3-1 on penalties following a goalless draw before edging Trinidadian rivals W Connection 2-1 in the final under former coach Terry Fenwick.

Central are now hoping to replicate their Caribbean success while Connection, outright Caribbean champions in 2006 and 2009, and joint winners in 2001, 2002 and 2013 after no final rounds were contested following group play, are hoping to add the Caribbean 2016 crown to their success this season which already includes the domestic First Citizens Cup and Toyota Classic titles.

Connection, inclusive of a 20-man squad (see below), and Central, inclusive of an 18-man squad, departed Trinidad on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, and will base at the Ibo Lele Hotel and Royal Oasis Hotel, respectively, in Port-au-Prince.

The Stuart Charles-Fevrier coached-Connection, also four-time Caribbean runners-up, enjoyed wins over Dominican Republic side Atlantico FC (4-2), Guadeloupe’s Club Sportif Moulien (5-1) and Suriname’s Inter Moengo Tapoe (3-1) when they hosted the Caribbean Club Championship 2016 Group 1 in Trinidad in February.

Central, now coached by former assistant coach Dale Saunders who is assisted by ex-Trinidad and Tobago internationals and 2006 World Cup members Stern John and Brent Sancho, who is also the club’s managing director, were also perfect in topping Group 3 contested in Jamaica in March with wins over Cayman Islands side Scholars International (6-0) and hosts Montego Bay United (1-0).

Don Bosco FC, hosted Group 2 in Haiti, and comfortably topped their group with wins over Bermuda side Somerset CC (5-0) and Guadeloupe’s La Gauloise de Basse-Terre (3-1), while Arnett Gardens topped Group 4 in Dominican Republic by defeating Haiti’s America FC (3-0), Suriname’s SV Notch (8-4) and host team Club Atletico Pantoja (1-0).

Caribbean Club Championship 2016 Final Round
Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

April 29

Semi-Final 1

W Connection (T&T) vs Arnett Gardens (Jamaica)—4:30pm

Semi-Final 2

Don Bosco FC (Haiti) vs Central FC (T&T)—7pm

Final

May 1

Third-place play-off—4:30pm
Final—7pm

Central FC 18-man squad

Goalkeepers: Akel Clarke and Javon Sample;

Defenders: Jamal Jack, Andre Ettienne, Kevon Villaroel, Elton John, Kaydion Gabriel, Elijah Manners and Keion Goodridge;

Midfielders: Leston Paul, Jason Marcano, Sean De Silva, Darren Mitchell and Nathaniel Garcia;

Forwards: Marcus Joseph, Nicholas Dillon, Ricardo John and Kadeem Corbin.

Staff: Dale Saunders (head coach), Stern John (assistant coach), Brent Sancho (managing director/assistant coach), David Moses (equipment manager) and Jodi Simpson (physiotherapist).

W Connection  20-man squad

Goalkeepers: Julani Archibald, Terrence Lewis and Aquelius Sylvester;

Defenders: Kurt Frederick, Maurice Ford, Alvin Jones, Daniel Cyrus and Jelani Peters;

Midfielders: Jomal Williams, Hughtun Hector, Andre Toussaint, Gerard Williams, Briel Thomas, Neil Benjamin Jr, Jabari Mitchell, Isaiah Garcia and Anfernee Frederick;

Forwards: Shahdon Winchester, Jamal Charles and Malik St. Prix.

Staff: Stuart Charles-Fevrier (technical director/head coach), Earl Jean (assistant coach), Eligah Joseph (assistant coach), Chandeo Boodoosingh (physiotherapist) and John Jerry (equipment manager).

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Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #70 on: April 27, 2016, 04:26:00 PM »
Good luck to both teams.

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Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #71 on: April 28, 2016, 07:34:18 AM »

Any links for the games later? Hope both T&T clubs win their games today

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Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #72 on: April 29, 2016, 04:51:36 PM »

Any online links for the games?

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Re: Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #73 on: April 29, 2016, 05:42:58 PM »
FINAL: W-Connection 2-0 Arnett Gardens. Goals scored by Alvin Jones (2’) and Shahdon Winchester (45’). W-Connection will face the winner of Don Bosco vs Central FC in the CFU Club Championship final on Sunday.
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Re: Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #74 on: April 29, 2016, 05:46:08 PM »
FINAL: W-Connection 2-0 Arnett Gardens. Goals scored by Alvin Jones (2’) and Shahdon Winchester (45’). W-Connection will face the winner of Don Bosco vs Central FC in the CFU Club Championship final on Sunday.

Congrats to Connection. Now its Central turn to do their part to ensure an all T&T club final

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Re: Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #75 on: April 29, 2016, 07:23:10 PM »
any links? And Congrats!!!

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Re: Re: 2015/16 Concacaf Champions League Thread.
« Reply #76 on: April 29, 2016, 07:39:13 PM »
What's the final score for the Central game VS Don Bosco

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #77 on: April 29, 2016, 08:32:10 PM »
Game in extra time. Central FC scored first in extra time and Don Bosco just tied the game. We're in the final minute. Penalty kicks are coming up if game remain 1-1

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #78 on: April 29, 2016, 08:56:25 PM »
Anymore updates truehatian?
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #79 on: April 29, 2016, 08:59:44 PM »
FINAL: Central FC defeated Don Bosco 4-2 on penalty kicks after extra-time yielded a 1-1 scoreline. Sean de Silva was Central’s goalscorer in extra-time, and Leston Paul scored the winning penalty. Central FC will now face W-Connection in the CFU Club Championship final on Sunday.
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #80 on: April 29, 2016, 09:00:14 PM »
After a one all tie Central beats Don Bosco on penalties to set up all T&T CFU final.

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #81 on: April 29, 2016, 09:05:12 PM »
Congrats to both teams :applause: (waiting to see highlights)

I believe this is the second year in a row we have two TnT clubs in the CFU final. However I hope to see at least one of our clubs progress to the quarterfinal stage of the Champions League. We need to close the success gap between our clubs and Central American clubs in the Champions League.

Any of TnT clubs good enough to beat the top Honduran or Costa Rican clubs? time will tell
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #82 on: April 29, 2016, 09:08:10 PM »
0-0 at full time. 7,000 noisy supporters, heavy rain throughout game. Clarke injured around 75 mins and replaced in goal by U23 keeper, Javon Sample. Now team is entirely T&T.  Marcano nearly scored with one v one in last minute.

Extra time, Garcia replaced by de Silva.

99 mins de Silva scores from free kick.

104 mins Don Bosco score from penalty.

Ettienne header just misses. Game ends 1-1

Penalties

DB   Score  1-0
Marcano score 1-1
DB Sample saves 1-1
Ricardo John Score 1-2
DB Score 2-2
Ettienne  Score 2-3
DB Sample saves 2-3
Leston Paul scores 2-4

Second year running Central beat Don Bosco in semi final on pens 
Second year running Central meet Connection in final
Second year running a T&T team will be Champions
Second year running T&T have two teams in Champions League
Second year running Central can win the trophy?

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #83 on: April 29, 2016, 09:09:46 PM »
Congrats to both teams :applause: (waiting to see highlights)

I believe this is the second year in a row we have two TnT clubs in the CFU final. However I hope to see at least one of our clubs progress to the quarterfinal stage of the Champions League. We need to close the success gap between our clubs and Central American clubs in the Champions League.

Any of TnT clubs good enough to beat the top Honduran or Costa Rican clubs? time will tell
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This years Champions League format will have groups of 4 so its much more possible for our clubs to progress.

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #84 on: April 29, 2016, 09:18:07 PM »
Congrats to both teams :applause: (waiting to see highlights)

I believe this is the second year in a row we have two TnT clubs in the CFU final. However I hope to see at least one of our clubs progress to the quarterfinal stage of the Champions League. We need to close the success gap between our clubs and Central American clubs in the Champions League.

Any of TnT clubs good enough to beat the top Honduran or Costa Rican clubs? time will tell
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This years Champions League format will have groups of 4 so its much more possible for our clubs to progress.

 :beermug: ok I will be backing Central and W Connection to at least make it to the quarter final stage.
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #85 on: April 29, 2016, 09:20:34 PM »
Great stuff! Well done Connection and Central. CONCACAF Champions league is a good opportunity for hungry young players to set themselves up for overseas moves. At this point we should be competitive with all but the top teams.
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #86 on: April 29, 2016, 09:31:26 PM »
Congrats to both teams!

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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #87 on: April 29, 2016, 10:07:32 PM »
Great stuff! Well done Connection and Central. CONCACAF Champions league is a good opportunity for hungry young players to set themselves up for overseas moves. At this point we should be competitive with all but the top teams.

We eh prove it yet.
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #88 on: April 29, 2016, 10:25:07 PM »
Good outcome for both clubs and the Pro League. Well done!

P.S. Somehow this feels as if it is the 50th meeting between both clubs.   :devil:
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Re: 2016 CFU Club Championship
« Reply #89 on: April 30, 2016, 07:21:12 AM »
Great stuff! Well done Connection and Central. CONCACAF Champions league is a good opportunity for hungry young players to set themselves up for overseas moves. At this point we should be competitive with all but the top teams.

We eh prove it yet.

Tallest I'm hoping the recent successes of the senior squad and the prospects for trials will provide an extra performance push for Central and Connection. We have youth world cup experience on both teams too.
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