Former National striker and current Senior Men’s team assistant coach Stern John is not getting carried away but believes that the members of Central FC deserve credit for their efforts in pulling off two back to back wins in Santo Domingo to advance to the final phase of the Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship.
Caribbean Club Championship
Trinidad and Tobago Pro League outfit Central FC have booked a fourth consecutive Caribbean Club Championship finals spot after topping Group B of the 2018 edition with a hard-fought 1-0 win over hot-tempered hosts Atlántico FC on Sundaynight at the Estadio Cibao in Santiago, Dominican Republic.
The Sharks may not yet have kicked a ball in the Caribbean Club Championships in Dominican Republic, but they – and many locals- already feel that Hydrotech Central FC have won the hearts of football supporters across the country.
Central FC bounced back from their opening defeat to Jamaica’s Portmore United in the CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship, with a resounding 3-0 victory over Racing FC yesterday.
Central FC must pick up the Trinidad and Tobago fight in Santiago after W Connection made a crashing exit in the 2018 Caribbean Club Championship, the region’s qualifying tournament to the Concacaf Champions League and Concacaf League.
Two-time former champions Central FC must win their two remaining Group B matches of the 2018 Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship if the Couva Sharks are to qualify for the semi-finals after losing 2-0 to Jamaica’s Portmore United in their opener on Wednesday at the Estadio Cibao in Santiago, Dominican Republic.
Marcus ‘Lobo’ Joseph enjoyed a brilliant night at the office netting an early brace as hosts W Connection held off top Jamaican side Arnett Gardens to a hard-fought 2-1 win in their Group A clash of the 2018 Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship on Friday at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Former TT Pro League champions Central FC will face Portmore United of Jamaica today as Pool B of the CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship kicks off in the Dominican Republic.
A NEW-LOOK Central FC outfit will embark on their 2018 CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship tomorrow, when they leave for the Dominican Republic to face Portmore United of Jamaica, Racing FC of Haiti and host club Atlantico FC, in Group B action.