TWO-TIME champions Morvant Caledonia United have issued a rallying cry for home support, and not just for today’s First Citizens Cup 2015 quarter-final clash with Defence Force from 4 pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
First Citizens Cup
W Connection captain and utility player Alvin Jones believes it’s time the six-time champions lift the First Citizens Cup (FCC) again.
The first is usually special but so was the second after Central FC, led by season-new coach Zoran Vranes, retained its “meaningful” First Citizens Cup (FCC) title on Friday night by edging North East Stars 1-0 in the 2014 Final.
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CENTRAL FC captain Leston Paul believes that the “Sharks” have what it takes to defend the First Citizens Cup when they tackle North East Stars in the Final today from 8.15 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Defence Force and two-time defending champions Central FC marched into quarter-final round of the 2015 First Citizens Cup with contrasting wins over San Juan Jabloteh and North East Stars, respectively, on Wednesday night at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Defending champions Central FC are one match away from successfully defending the title that has more worth to the “Couva Sharks” than the $100,000 winners’ prize but must overcome North East Stars, a club hungry for their first taste of the First Citizens Cup, when both sides meet in the Final on Friday 31 October from 8.15 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Good sense tells that the 2015 First Citizens Cup will definitely be a thrill for everyone, including the spectators.
Marvin Lee Stadium, MACOYA – Police FC and North East Stars became the latest teams to advance into the semi-final round of the 2014 First Citizens Cup after hard-fought wins over St. Ann’s Rangers and 10-man Caledonia AIA respectively on Saturday.