Under public pressure, the Super Eight trophy was awarded Monday to AS Capoise (CSA), despite a final interrupted yesterday against the Baltimore SC, because of darkness at Parc Saint-Victor.
A score of parity (1-1) sealed the 90 minutes of the final between AS Capoise SC and Baltimore at dusk Sunday. Darkness has descended on Park St. Victor thus preventing the meeting of penalty kicks to be held later to decide between the two formations.
Monday morning, fans and players have returned AS Capoise Park Saint-Victor to watch the lottery of penalties. It lacks the Baltimore. The match officials noted the names of shooters AS Capoise to deliver its report to the National Football League (Linaf).
Fans furious rushed from a local dealer for Digicel to claim the trophy. Jeanty Técieux The dealer explained that the trophy was at home by chance.
Mr. Técieux responsible for ticketing and organization of the match in his absence, ordered its employees to give the trophy to the fans of AS Capoise for fear of seeing his store ransacked.
"Faced with such behavior, I contacted Ronald Eliacim [marketing manager of Digicel, editor's note], he said he must inevitably give the trophy to the people of the CSA," confirmed Mr. Técieux Attached to the Atlantic by radio telephone, a station in the town of St. Marc.
Leaders of Baltimore SC crying foul and disapprove of the final outcome. They said there was no question of staying in Cap-Haitien to the meeting of shots on goal in the next daytime. The logistical requirements were not met for this purpose, they argued.
Source: RD / HPN (French)
Levanjiltv: English translation