Arnett Gardens FC will face Trinidad and Tobago’s W Connection FC in a Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship semi-final stage match at the Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, today, starting at 4:30 p.m. Having won Group Four with a maximum nine points last month, the Jerome Waite-coached Arnett will face a stern test against W Connection. Michaelous Martin scored four times in the group stage in the Dominican Republic while Kemal Malcolm found the back of the net three times. When the teams last met in the CFU tournament in 2002, W Connection defeated Arnett in the final. Today’s second semi-final will be between Haiti’s Don Bosco FC and Trinidad and Tobago’s Central FC. The final will be played on Sunday, with the winners advancing to the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League.
‘Dictator’ Louis van Gaal has turned the public against Manchester United and will not see out the year at Old Trafford.That is the damning view of Paul Miller, with the former star telling talkSPORT that the Dutchman is not the man to restore United’s fortunes.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the Tottenham great said: “To people who know his history and past, he has not surprised any of us. We know he is very arrogant, very flash and I think his body language with Ryan Giggs is terrible.“Everyone dislikes Manchester United at the moment and it is because of him. He is not helping their cause and I don’t think he is going to be there by the end of the year.“I think Man United are struggling to finish in the top four. Liverpool are coming strong, Arsenal are there, and we [Tottenham] are having a little go.“We all know he is a dictator. He has a glass partition at the training ground where the kids can’t mix with the first team. He has not helped their cause.” read more