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Young starts second Waterhouse stint with draw in Red Stripe Premier League

first_imgPaul Young’s second stint as coach of Waterhouse Football Club started with a 2-2 draw against Tivoli Gardens at Waterhouse Stadium yesterday. The home team took the lead through Kemar Beckford after 10 minutes, but Junior Flemmings equalised midway the first-half, and AndrÈ McFarlane fired them in front after 62 minutes. However, Kenroy Howell secured a point for the hosts with a goal four minutes later. Tivoli Gardens were reduced to 10 players in the 69th minute when Ranike Anderson was ejected after picking up his second yellow card. Young, who had only three days with the team prior to the game, thought they should have taken all three points. “We let them off the hook,” he told reporters after the game. “With 20 minutes to go, we had an extra player, and we didn’t capitalise on the chances because they (players) didn’t follow instructions. But the discipline has stepped up. We just need to get more organised defensively, concentrate throughout the duration of the game and score the chances when we get them. WORK IN PROGRESS – Waterhouse 2 Tivoli 2 – Boys’ Town 3 Portmore 0 – Rivoli 2 Humble Lion 2 – UWI FC 1 Cavalier 0 – Harbour View 1 Arnett 3 8:40 p.m. Montego Bay United vs Reno FC at Montego Bay Sports Complex. “It’s work in progress, and I am looking for better things,” he added. Tivoli’s head coach, Christopher Bender, believes the red card and forced changes were their downfall. “We made two forced changes because of injury, and that affected us because we had players to come in to affect the game, and we had to change that plan. Also going down to 10, we had to be resolute in defending; but I thought we gave it way,” he said. Waterhouse remain at the bottom of the 12-team League with 14 points, while Tivoli are ninth on 19. Yesterday’s Results Today’s Gamelast_img read more

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Top 12 clubs with the most current and former stars in the World Cup quarter-finals

first_img 13 13 England penalty hero Jordan Pickford is a former Sunderland star. 9= Barcelona have nine current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 13 4. Chelsea have 13 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 5. Atletico Madrid have 12 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 13 13 England’s penalty shoot-out hero against Colombia at World Cup 2018 was Jordan Pickford, who saved Carlos Bacca’s spot-kick.The ex-Sunderland man denied the striker superbly, and saved the blushes of another former Sunderland player in Jordan Henderson, who missed his for the Three Lions. 7= Liverpool have 10 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 13 11= Juventus have eight current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 6. Manchester United have 11 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 13 11= Real Madrid have eight current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ 13 And they aren’t the only ex-Black Cats left in the competition either. In fact, there are nine of their ex-players are still in the last eight.England will face two live on talkSPORT, with Sebastian Larsson and Ola Toivonen once of the club, while Adnan Januzaj, Simon Mignolet, Sebastian Coates, Danny Rose, and Danny Welbeck. Also spent time there.And, thanks to BetVictor, we now know this means they have more current and former players in the quarter-finals than Real Madrid and Juventus.But who has the most? Find out below… 13 13 7= Paris Saint-Germain have 10 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 13 2= Dinamo Zagreb have 14 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 13 13 2= Tottenham Hotspur have 14 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 1. Manchester City have 15 current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals 9= Sunderland have nine current or former players in the World Cup quarter-finals last_img read more

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