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There is good news for the players of Point Fortin Civic FC. 

Last year’s Digicel Pro League fourth-placed finishers Civic, have begun preparing for a second season in the Digicel Pro League, a position far removed from a month ago when it was almost certain they would have dropped out of professional football due to financial difficulties.

Things are a lot better than it was a few weeks ago, “ Civic FC head-coach Reynold Carrington stated yesterday. “We have been in training for the last two weeks,”

Carrington said all indications now are that Civic will be competing in the 2014-2015 season of the Digicel Pro League. Most of his players are back with the team, although negotiation are still ongoing.  With the late start to training, Carrington has been concentrating mainly on getting the squad fit, but has found a lot of enthusiasm among the players.

“So far they are eager to be back in the League,” Carrington stated. “We are concentrating on fitness and have not gone into any match situations as yet. But they are not as far off from where we would have wanted.”