We have completed our sojourn in the FIFA World Cup 2018. We made it to the second round preliminaries and we were soundly trounced, one game after another. What’s next for football in St Vincent and the Grenadines?
The home game for Vincy Heat against the USA and the overseas encounter against Guatemala may well have brought to the fore several important issues that should concern all Vincentians, whether or not we are into sport. In the away game against the USA we lost 1 – 6. At home we lost 0 – […]
Today the Vincentian football team, Vincy Heat, takes on the USA in the second round of the COCACACF qualifiers for the FIFA Football World Cup 2018. Vincentians around the world would tune in to lend their support to the team in true commitment to St Vincent and the Grenadines. In the competition thus far the […]
Much is being made of the fact that on yet another occasion Vincy Heat, the senior national men’s football team, has made it through to the second round of the preliminaries of the FIFA Football World Cup. We achieved this feat the very first time we contested the World Cup preliminaries for the mega event […]
Vincentian lovers of sport showed their loyalty to Vincy Heat, the nation’s senior national football team, when they trekked to the Arnos Vale Sports Complex to help the team defeat Aruba. While Aruba is not usually considered one of the better football teams in the CONCACAF area Vincy Heat could take no chances and so […]
As has been happening for the past few years several of this nation’s youths have been beneficiaries of football coaching clinics organised by a number of well-meaning individuals and groups.
It was long expected but no one envisaged that global football would have been so shamed as we have witnessed over the past few days.
In a relatively short space of time the Vincentian national football team found themselves defeated in the final segment of the game. It happened first in Antigua and Barbuda and more recently in Guadeloupe. What is it about out national football team that hinders them from being able to press home the advantage in a […]
The recent performance of Vincy Heat in the Caribbean Cup round of matches in Trinidad and Tobago has given Vincentian lovers of the game of football much to shout about and an indication that more must be done to help this nation regain top billing in the region.
The recently concluded Hairoun Community Football Championships may well have much to tell us about the immense potential that exists here for the development of the sport and of the entire nation. While initially the football fans around the country seemed tentative about the success of the event this changed significantly as the competition wore […]