Discussion in 'Caribbean' started by jonny63, Aug 2, 2007.
Group G :
Trinidad & Tobago - Cuba 0-3
Group H :
Haiti - Bahamas 6-0
Group G :
Cuba - Grenada 2-1
Cuba advance to next round !
Group H :
Jamaica - Bahamas 0-1 !
bad results for both of the big 2 - TNT losing badly at home (lost a player early though) and Jamaica losing to Bahamas of all people.
It'll be interesting to see how the two island countries do when they come up against the big boys
This crop of U23 is the worst Ive seen in a while for us they were the same squad dat craped down the place in the U20 world cup qualifiers remember loosing to St Kitts. Oh in I forgot to mention that they lost today to Grenada!! 3-2. Again they were down 3-0 in the first half. Amazingly bad. Thank god we wont have to use these guys for the qualifiers. Probably would be best to skip this generation and go with the U17. They seemed to show more promise.
Haiti - Jamaica 2-1
Haiti and Cuba advance to final round.
Props to our boy Fabriece Noel for scoring the game winner for Haiti. Naranja asta la Muerte!
Haiti and Cuba secure places in CONCACAF Final Round
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti - Jamaica's Rafe Wolfe (left) passes Haitian defender Judelien Aveska during the CFU Group H Olympic qualifying match at the Stade Sylvio Cator yesterday. Haiti won the game 2:1. (Photo: Paul Reid)
After a 2:1 win at home against Jamaica, Haiti has successfully won Group H and have secured a place in the final round of the 2008 CONCACAF Under-23 Championship (Official Qualifier for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China). Haiti will represent the Caribbean alongside Cuba, which won Group G in Trinidad & Tobago last week.
Congrats to Cuba and Haiti,
T&T need to get their house in order fast for 2010
NEW YORK – For the first time in English-language television history, FOX Sports presents a full slate of matches and extensive studio coverage of the Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship from Thursday, March 18, through Tuesday, March 30, on FS1 and FS2. The tournament features eight teams from North America, the Caribbean and Central America with the two semifinal winners securing a berth to the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.