[www.inewsguyana.com] – Alpha ‘the Hammer’ United is upbeat about its next set of matches in the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) Club Championships.
The team which emerged winners of Group 3 successfully qualified for the final leg of the Club Championship. In the next round they will face Valencia FC of Haiti on April 18.
Meanwhile, Coach of the team Wayne Dover said that the team’s win was heavily reliant on team work.
“Overall it was a team effort, we played extremely well”.
Club President Odinga Lumumba during a press conference on Wednesday, March 26 told the media that he has faith in his team to go all the way, noting that they have achieved history.
“Alpha United has been the only Guyanese club to achieve such [a] milestone,” Lumumba said.
Alpha entered the history books after winning both their games against Trinidad and Tobago champions,the Defence Force and Jamaica’s champions Harbour View.
Meanwhile Lumumba has formally lodged a complaint with the Caribbean Football Union over the treatment incurred by his management team and players during the first leg. He is expecting an answer shortly.