T&T Pro League club, Central FC failed in its third and final attempt to qualify for 2018 Concacaf League after falling to Martiniquan Club Franciscain 2-1 in the team’s play-off encounter in Kingston, Jamaica, on Wednesday night.
Caribbean Club Championship
Jamaica's Portmore United edged Trinidad and Tobago's Central FC 2-1 in the Flow Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship third-place play.
T&T’s two-time Caribbean Club Champions Central FC will set off for Jamaica to compete at the 2018 Flow CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship Finals in Kingston this week.
Former Jamaican champion Arnett Gardens put in s solid shift to turn back former back-to-back Caribbean champions Central FC of Trinidad and Tobago 2-0.
Caribbean Club Championships in doubt...
IT IS unlikely that Central FC will play any further part in the 2018 Caribbean Club Championships, as the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs has blanked the local football club’s request for funds to travel to Jamaica for the next round of competition from May 9 to 14.
Trinidad and Tobago international goalkeeper Marvin Phillip and defender Daneil Cyrus are among eight recent acquisitions expected to suit up for Central FC in Jamaica as the Couva Sharks attempt a third Caribbean Club Championship crown.
Central FC faces an embarrassing exit from the Caribbean Club Championship if it does not raise monies for club travel by this week.
In recent years when it comes to the Caribbean Club Championship, one team that seems to get the job done is Central FC of Trinidad and Tobago.
While the T&T Pro League tries to come up with a suitable date to commence its 2018 season and while also working on a formula to make the league more attractive and sustainable, Concacaf has embarked on a campaign to raise the standard of clubs in the region through a series of workshops and competitions.