Harbour View's Taylor expects tough contest
Harbour View's stand-in coach, Fabian Taylor, and the club's players, will be seeking to lift the gloom at the home of the Stars of the East this evening when they host Waterhouse in the Red Stripe Premier League. Kick off time is 7 o'clock.
According to Taylor the players have still not got over the sudden departure of head coach Ricardo 'Bibi' Gardner, who resigned on Monday, after a poor run of results.
"I hope the players can put that behind them, as they should know this is a part of the profession, so they have to be professional about their work and go about it the same way without coach 'Bibi', Taylor said.
Waterhouse are second in the table with 27 points, behind leaders Portmore with 31. Harbour View are third from bottom, tied on 13 points with Reno, and Taylor anticipates a difficult contest.
"In the Premier League now, every game is difficult game and the position that we find ourselves in, makes it more difficult," Taylor said. He added that the task now is to "go out and surprise people and show them we can still win football games."
3 p.m: Dunbeholden vs Montego Bay at Royal Lakes Complex
3 p.m: Reno vs Mount Pleasant at Frome .
7 p.m: Tivoli Gardens vs Cavalier at Edward Seaga Complex
3 p.m: Humble Lion vs Portmore at Effortville
3 p.m: UWI FC vs Arnett Gardens at UWI Bowl