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Article ID : 79
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Published Date: 2007/3/15 21:18:17
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Earl Jean, captain of the VIBE CT 105 W Connection club, said his club was ecstatic with the win over rivals CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh in the Toyota Classic final.
“We have worked hard all season long and thrive on winning trophies.
“We always look forward to playing Jabloteh, because we know it’s always going to be a tough match.
However, what happened tonight was a very unfortunate incident.
“A coach should lead by example for his players but what happened was not acceptable.
“We must all have respect for one another as players and coaches because no one should be above the law, whether you are a local or a foreigner.”
Asked what his team’s tactics were on the night, the St Lucian native said: “If you look back at our matches against Jabloteh, they have always been close ones, so we just wanted to get an early lead and work from there.
“We did not get the lead we were hoping for in the first half but we kept working at it.”
Jean, who has been campaigning in the PFL since its inception, also praised the strike by teammate Brazilian Gefferson Goulart, which was the eventual match winner.
“It was an excellent goal, he has been having a great season so far and this will fit in nicely among his goals so far in the campaign.
“I think his stint in Europe has helped him to develop somewhat and has been to the benefit of the club.”
Stuart Charles-Fevrier, coach of the victorious W Connection club, said he was very disappointed in the actions of San Juan Jabloteh coach Terry Fenwick.
“Someone like Terry Fenwick, who should be leading by example, should not have done that.
“I’m very angry, I’m positive I would never have done anything like that.
“Since the inception of the league, we at W Connection set our sights on playing attractive football while being disciplined.
“And what you saw from our players was a reaction to one of their teammates being struck in the face by Fenwick’s elbow.
Asked if he felt that Goulart running towards the Jabloteh bench during his goal celebration aggravated the situation, Charles-Fevrier said: “No, I don’t think so at all; he was running and looking towards the stands.
“Jabloteh, under Fenwick, has become a team that wants to win at all cost,” ended the St Lucian-born Charles-Fevrier, a former national coach of T&T.

T&T Guardian Reports.

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