first_imgHydel High School’s hopes of advancing to the semi-finals of the ISSA/FLOW football competition were dashed by an Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) ruling yesterday, which docked them three points for using an ineligible player.The challenge was made by Denham Town, following their first-round 0-3 loss to Hydel. They said the Ferry-based school used an ineligible player, Howard Morris, as he had been shown a red card in the preceding FLOW Super Cup game against Clarendon College and should have served at least an automatic one-match suspension.”The boy (Howard Morris) should have missed a game but played. The Disciplinary Committee met and decided that should not have been the case. He should have sat out the match against Denham Town. Denham Town got the three points,” said ISSA’s competition’s officer George Forbes.Denham Town High qualified as the first team through to the semi-finals of the competition as they cannot be caught by any team, even if they lose their remaining group match.Camperdown are also out of the running and can only get a maximum of five points.The result left the Geoffrey Maxwell-coached Hydel with one point from two games.Denham Town’s coach Omar Edwards said: “The rules are quite clear. I am not sure if they got our rule book. The player got a match where he should had a Manning Cup match where he should have served his ban and it could not be next year. They got it wrong.”Hydel’s coach, Geoffrey Maxwell, could not be reached by telephone for a comment yesterday.last_img read more

first_img 3 3 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Latest Chelsea FC News The Belgian celebrates his mesmerising winning goal against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup Gary Cahill has admitted he may have to leave Chelsea in January and go in search of regular first-team football, but Sarri has urged the former England defender to bide his time before making any decisions.“I have spoken with him but I think that there is October, November, December, so I think that he has to wait,” said Sarri.“And then we have to wait. I repeat, I was really very happy with the performance of Cahill (at Liverpool on Wednesday).“And so now Gary for me is very useful. January is far from now, so we will see.” Hazard has already scored six goals across seven Chelsea appearances this term, but Sarri continues to maintain that the 27-year-old can still improve.Hazard climbed off the bench to slot a stunning winner as Chelsea sneaked past Liverpool 2-1 in the Carabao Cup at Anfield on Wednesday, and should start against the Reds in the Stamford Bridge rematch.Eden Hazard is the best player in the WORLD, claims Chelsea legend John Terry“I think that he is for sure one of the best (players in the world), but I am absolutely convinced that he can improve,” said Sarri.“If he’s able to improve during training maybe he will be able to use and serve at 100 per cent. REAL DEAL “Because I think that we have seen only 75, 80 per cent of his potential.“So I think that if he’s able to improve he will be the best in the world.”Asked if Hazard could be voted the best player in the world in a year’s time, Sarri continued: “I think so, I think so.“It’s very difficult to compare him with other players. He’s a genius. He’s unique. Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won tense Sarri insisted Gary Cahill is still useful to the Blues’ squad Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has backed “genius” Eden Hazard to become the best player in the world if he can improve his intensity to his training.The Italian went on to say he “wants everything” from the Belgian playmaker and urged him to wring every last drop of potential out of himself.center_img Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars REVEALED REVEALED Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa Hazard has had a fine season so far silverware Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City punished “He’s a genius, technically I think he’s the best. And so I want him to be the best in the world.“More continuity from the physical point of view, from the mental point of view.“Because he has the opportunity to improve more, and he can become the best player in the world.“It’s a very interesting challenge I think.“He has a lot to give, to the team, to the staff. And I want everything.” gameday cracker 3 shining Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT last_img read more