Weeks Thanks Coaches, Players, Administration

June 16, 2015

Shadow Sports Minister Michael Weeks has extended his thanks to the football coaches, players, and administration for their hard work and dedication during this World Cup campaign.

Bermuda’s football team progressed to the second round of play in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifying campaign following two victories over the Bahamas, however were knocked out of the competition last night following a 1-0 loss to Guatemala.

Slideshow of last night’s game


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Mr Weeks said, “On behalf of the Progressive Labour Party, I would like to thank the coaches, players, and administration for their hard work and dedication during this World Cup campaign.

“While we unfortunately were ousted last night, we must continue the training and hard work between this campaign and the next, so that the relationship between coaches and players is maintained and so that our players continue to go from strength to strength.

“We have every confidence that in four years time, Team Bermuda will represent on the international stage successfully.”

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  1. Let’s call it like it is. Bermuda went down to Guatemala and drew 0 – 0, Then they return home where one expects them to have, “the upper-hand” yet, they go down 1 – 0.
    The team had obviously lacked the determination they’d shown in their games against the Bahamas and the first game in Guatemala…

  2. Proud to Be Bermudian says:

    Well said! Keep your heads up Bermuda. You all are young and very talented and as your coach pointed out in his interview, most of you are amatuers playing amongst professionals. Continue to push forward and hopefully with persistance and the help of government and the rest of the community, you WILL progress further at the next compaign!