GT turned over

George Town’s hopes of progressing to the next stage of the Caribbean Football Union Club Champions took a massive blow at the TE McField Annex on Wednesday. ‘

The local side was able to hold its own against semi-pro side Caledonia AIA of Trinidad until half-time when it remained goalless, but were overrun after the break, losing 5-0.

George Town play group 
favourites Puerto Rico Islanders at the TE McField Annex on Friday, kick-off 7.30pm.


  1. Cayman’s international and club football results against the bigger CONCACAF countries only reflects the standard that football has plummeted to in Cayman since the middle 1990s.

    In the 10-year period up to then, Cayman reached its pinnacle in football, with the future looking bright if the right steps were taken to bring the game up to at least a semi-professional level; some of the very best young talent in the Caribbean was then emerging out of Cayman and then…

    Poof ! It all went up in a puff of smoke.

    Up to that point in time, Cayman’s club teams were getting credible results against teams like Defense Force from Trinidad, Reno from Jamaica et al.

    Its a real shame to see the country that now has the leader of football in the world’s largest football confederation being one of the poorest football countries in the world on the field.

    There’s definitely something not right with that picture !

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