GFF Super League to re-commence Feb. 3

January 17, 2013 | By | Filed Under Sports 

 

 

The battle lines will be drawn again from February 3 next when the Guyana Football Federation Super League recommences with first round action.
The league had taken a break to facilitate the year end Kashif & Shanghai knock-out tournament but it will be back to strategizing for the league format of competition.
Teams by now will be working on upping their fitness levels having taken a bit of a rest after the year end tournament and the Christmas holidays. Coaches and Technical staff are by now finalizing their tactical plans for what is anticipated to be fierce rivalry.
Defending champions Alpha United has played 5 games the same as Amelia’s Ward United, the least of all the 10 competing teams. Unlike other years, all the teams have lost at least one match (Alpha, Pele, Western Tigers, Amelia’s Ward), Milerock losing the most to date, 5 of their 7.
Buxton United, Rosignol United and Den Amstel Porknockers have lost 2 each while Uitvlugt Warriors and BV Triumph United have lost 3 apiece.
BK Int. Western Tigers are atop the points table with 14 and a +3 goal difference from their 7 matches followed by Pele 2 points back and a +5 goal average. Buxton United follow on 11 points with Alpha one point back in 4th place.

 

Teams        P    W    D    L    GF    GA    GD    Points
Western Tigers    7    4    2    1    10    7    +3    14
Pele        7    3    3    1    9    4    +5    12
Buxton United    7    3    2    2    5    8    -3    11
Alpha United    5    3    1    1    11    3    +8    10
Uitvlugt Warriors    6    3    0    3    9    10    -1    9
Rosignol United    6    1    3    2    12    11    +1    6
Amelia’s Ward    5    1    3    1    8    8    0    6
Den Amstel     6    1    3    2    6    8    -2    6
BV Triumph     6    1    2    3    5    10    -5    5
Milerock        7    1    1    5    8    14    -6    4

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