DIRECTV W Connection looks set to secure one of three Caribbean spots in the 2013-2014 CONCACAF Champions’ League after defeating fellow TT Pro League club Caledonia AIA with an impressive 4-0 win on Friday night at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Caribbean Club Championship
SV Inter Moengo-tapoe (Suriname) have pulled out of Group One of the Caribbean Football Union Caribbean Club Championships to be played in Trinidad and Tobago, while Antigua Baraccudas who had also indicated their intention to pull out, have got sponsorship and now want back in.
Caledonia AIA will begin the defence of their Caribbean Club Championship title from April 24 in Jamaica, where they play a qualifying tournament for entry into the 2013-2014 CONCACAF Champions League.
The final round of the Caribbean Football Union’s Club Championship Cup will once again be hosted in Trinidad and Tobago.
Eight months after earning the right to represent Trinidad and Tobago and the Digicel Pro League at the 2013 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship, with the chance of advancing to next season's 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions' League, T&TEC FC have relinquished the opportunity other clubs drooled over.
The Puerto Rico Islanders will face W Connection of Trinidad, while Antigua Barracuda FC takes on Caledonia AIA in the June 19 semifinals of the Caribbean Club Champions Cup to determine two of the three remaining berths in the CONCACAF Champions League.
Caledonia AIA’s ambition to continuously represent Trinidad and Tobago and the region at the CONCACAF Champions’ League remains the club’s highest target.
It seems the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) has a very tedious task in scheduling the CFU Club Championship final leg which qualifies three clubs for next season’s CONCACAF Champions’ League.