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Saturday, May 28, 2016
Lightning Storm Postpones Bermuda Warm Up Match

The Bermuda Men’s National Football team’s warmup match scheduled for today was postponed due to a lighting storm in Fort Lauderdale.

The Bermuda team continues their preparation for the upcoming 2nd Round of the Caribbean Cup competition.

Bermuda on June 1st take on French Guiana, in French Guiana, before returning home to face the Dominican Republic at the National Sports Center on Saturday June 4th.
Friday, May 27, 2016
Lambe Gets Offers from Other Teams

www.islandstats.com reported last weekend that Reggie Lambe had been offered a new contract at Mansfield Town.

In an interview with chad.co.uk Mansfield Town Manager Adam Murray said, “Reggie’s got offers elsewhere. We’re still speaking to Reggie. Reggie’s been super for us in the time he’s been here so we’ve put something on the table for him and we’ll see if he accepts it, but we’ve got targets.”
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Bermuda National Football Team Announced

Osagi Bascome Included in the Squad
Bermuda will kick off its participation in the 2 round of the Caribbean Cup competition on June 1st in French Guiana. The Bermuda Football Association announced the players and staff that will depart Bermuda on May 27th for a training camp in Fort Lauderdale before traveling to French Guiana on May 30th.

Bermuda defeated the same opponents in the First Round back on March 26th 2 – 1 at the National Sports Center.

Yet again Nahki Wells is not in the team, there has been no word on his injury which ruled him out of Huddersfield’s final game of the season with his coach saying he needed a rest.

The team will be led by Reggie Lambe, with new faces coming into the team from the Bermuda Caribbean Football Union Under 17 World Cup Qualifying team including Osagi Bascome, Kacy Butterfield and Jahkari Furbert, another new face in the team is James Pace.

The team also sees Shakir Smith joined alongside Willie Clemons getting call ups.


Drewonde Bascome
Damon Ming
Jaylon Bather
Jahquil Hill
Rai Simons
Shakir Smith
Jahkari Furbert
Dale Eve
James Pace
Roger Lee
Willie Clemons
Reggie Lambe
Osagi Bascome
Zeiko Lewis
Quintonio Lema
Jonte Smith
Jabri Salaam
Kilian Elkinson
Kacy Butterfield
Dante Leverock


Andrew Bascome – Head Coach
Kyle Lightbourne – Assistant Coach
Johnny Moreira – Goalkeeper Coach
Daniel Morgan – Performance Rehab
Maurice Lowe – Technical Development Director
Crenstant Williams – Head of Delegation

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Wells Transfer Links Grow

Huddersfield Town have already begun their summer business, with Rajiv van La Parra set to join on a permanent deal, plus free transfers Michael Hefele and Chris Lowe due to arrive on July 1st, write Alexander Porter from the Examiner.

However a buzz is still hovering overhead of the club as Newcastle have quietly joined the race of looking at taking Bermudian Nahki Wells off their hands.

It's no secret Reading supporters see Nahki as the ideal solution to their scoring woes, and last week the Birmingham Mail and the Newcastle Chronicle named dropped the Town frontman as someone that the recently-relegated Aston Villa or Newcastle United should target as the man to make the difference in their quest to regain the top flight at the first attempt.

As a result of that, chatter appears on forums and social media networks.

But Town are under no pressure to sell their star assets to fund incoming transfers. Any move would have to be on the club's terms.

But honestly, it would be more of a surprise if rival fans and local media outlets weren't taking a closer look at Wells.

His 18 goals last term made him the club's top scorer, and his 17 strikes in the league ensured he finished as joint 5th in the Championship's ranking.

Of those above him, two reached the play-offs and one (Ross McCormack) commanded an £11m fee.

Given he was leading a team that finished 19th, Nahki's achievements in outscoring the likes of Jordan Rhodes and Fernando Forestieri only look more impressive.

He deservedly took home the Players' Player of the Year and Hargreaves Memorial Player of the Year at the end-of season awards do.

This 'League One striker' has proved one of the deadliest in England's second tier.

He's bound to be attracting admiring glances - strikers are the sport's most precious commodity.

But that means little unless a club shows genuine, concrete interest in prizing him away from the John Smith's Stadium.

Even then, the price has to be right.

It's inevitable Wells will pick up a few column inches this summer.

But Town fans shouldn't press the panic button yet.
Monday, May 23, 2016
PHC Coach Wade Resigns - Morton Takes Over

Morton will look to continue Wade's Development
Following a meeting already scheduled for this evening, Michael Trott the Pembroke Hamilton Club Vice President & Sports Director released the following statement following the resignation of Mark Wade.

Last week www.islandstats.com asked PHC for a statement regarding the resignation of Wade and we were told that a statement was forthcoming.

Trott’s statement reads, “The Pembroke Hamilton Club (PHC) is excited to announce the appointment of Scott Morton as the new Head Coach for our Senior football team. Morton has a wealth of experience, having coached at North Village Community Club and Western Stars Community Club and has led his teams to multiple winning seasons spanning from 2000-2009.

He is a quality coach and an outstanding person who will enable the continued development of the senior team from the exiting Coach, Mark Wade.

The Pembroke Hamilton Club Executive wish to take this opportunity to thank Wade for his dedication, loyalty and services provided and we will support his future endeavors.”

www.islandstats.com asked Wade for a quote from a few questions.

Q. What would you say contributed to your decision to step down?

A. I advised the Vice President, Michael Trott, at the beginning of the season that this would be my last season coaching at PHC. I felt now based on the evolution of the club, the team and players that now was a good time to bring someone else in with a fresh perspective to continue to positive changes within the team.

Q. Looking back at your time in charge is there something you would want to do different?

A. I don't think I would do anything differently any mistakes are learning opportunities so I am proud of my work at PHC. My goal when I started was to change the club to a more modern way of playing the game. Argentina is my world cup team! That should say it all. The direct style of play was part of the PHC culture from top to bottom. Changing that culture is 14 years in the making and there is still some work to be done. We have just updated our Curriculum & Syllabus to aid in the renaissance and the club is poised for continued success. I am happy to have been at the forefront of that renaissance.

Q. You had several players abroad in school during your time incharge and they are now starting to return, do you feel the time is right for a new coach with such talent available on a weekly basis?

A. Education is a large part of PHC youth program. The education program and PHC foundation Scholarship is the corner stone of what we do. It was very tempting to stay and coach players who I have seen enter the program at 4 years old. They are a quality bunch of players on and off the field and there are more to come. However, the senior program is in a very good space right now. Arguably a good time to pass the senior team on to another capable coach. Scott Morton ticked all the boxes for us. Mike and I were impressed with him from our first meeting. And I was well aware of all of the qualities he brings to the senor coach role.

Q. Are you looking more on the administration side of things now such as a possible run for the Presidency of the Bermuda Football Association?

A. Nice try.... Who knows what the future holds :>)
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