Caledonia AIA’s ambition to continuously represent Trinidad and Tobago and the region at the CONCACAF Champions’ League remains the club’s highest target.
Caribbean Club Championship
There was applause and handshakes all round in midweek at the Boscolo New York Palace Hotel in Budapest, Hungary as Cayman Islands’ Jeffrey Webb and Antigua and Barbuda’s Gordon Derrick officially replaced controversial ex-FIFA Vice President and Works Minister Jack Warner at the helm of the CONCACAF and Caribbean Football Union (CFU) respectively.
The final round of the Caribbean Football Union’s Club Championship Cup will once again be hosted in Trinidad and Tobago.
Caledonia AIA made easy of George Town FC on Wednesday night by whipping the hosts 5-0 at the TE Mc Field Sports Centre, George Town, Cayman Islands to advance into the final-four round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship.
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.
W Connection, already qualified for the Caribbean Football Union Club Championship Final Round, failed to complete a hattrick of victories in Group Five when it suffering a 2-1 loss against USL club Antigua Barracudas on Thursday night at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.
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.
W Connection became the first club to qualify for the 2012 Caribbean Football Union Club Championship semi-final round by registering a contrasting 6-0 win over Surinamese side Inter Moengoetapoe on Tuesday night at the Ato Boldon Stadium.