Manager of the Guyana outfit Terrence Chase-Green says he is confident his charges will succeed at the fifth annual Guinness Caribbean Street Football Challenge Tournament in Jamaica.
In an invited comment to Stabroek Sports prior to his team’s departure on Wednesday, Chase-Green said “We are very confident because everyone has been putting in a lot of hard work which is the recipe for good results and that is what we are looking for”.
Chase-Green declared that the preparation has been progressing extremely well, noting that the overall training has contributed to his belief and confidence in the team. “Everyone has been coming out on time and working hard” he added.
Asked about the areas that the team will need to improve on, he said “It is the same areas as before which is the defensive area. We have made a few changes and tactical approaches which we think is good enough”.
Sparta Boss earned the right to represent Guyana at the Guinness Caribbean Street Football Challenge Tournament in Jamaica after defeating fellow Georgetown unit North Ruimveldt 2-1 in the Guinness Greatest of the Streets National Finale.
To date, Guyana’s best placing in the annual event is a silver medal finish. This was achieved by both Back Circle and Queen Street Tigerbay in the 2011 and 2014 editions respectively. Guyana will open their campaign today with group stage fixtures.