Howell backs Waterhouse
Waterhouse FC's top striker, Kenroy Howell, is very confident that his struggling club will get it together, starting tomorrow against Tivoli Gardens FC in the Red Stripe Premier League at Waterhouse Stadium, starting at 6 p.m.
The Drewsland club are rooted at the bottom in the RSPL on 21 points from 24 games and in danger of relegation.
Howell is fully aware of the club's situation but remains optimistic that the team will climb up the standings.
"Well, every game is like a final for us. We are aware of the situation and the pledge is to stay up in the league and take it from there next season. We are not used to this but we will stay up," Howell, who is the club's leading striker on eight goals, told STAR Sports.
Howell said the players are focused. "I would not say that we are too concerned. We are going through a bad patch, but we have the players that can win games," the 23 year-old said.
"The team is playing good football, but the attackers need to be consistent in front of goals and put away the chances. I guess that the strikers and midfielders are not consistent. We need to score goals as the defenders are doing fine, especially in recent times," he disclosed.