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  • KC fire Lenny Hyde

    KC fires coach after embarrassing defeat

    Monday, October 06, 2014 | 8:46 PM 14 Comments













    Lenworth Hyde

    KINGSTON, Jamaica — Kingston College (KC) principal Dave Myrie has fired coach Lenworth Hyde following an embarrassing 7-0 defeat in a Manning Cup football match against archrival St George’s College on Saturday.
    It has been reported that there has been a longstanding issue with Hyde’s performance and Saturday’s defeat tipped the bucket.
    Track and field head coach, Neil Harrison is slated to take over the reins for the remainder of the season.‏
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    After Seaga did the same to him at Tivoli...

    And Jahzeel Hyde im son ah deh next bolt/... im cyan run 100-400 m and duh deh hurdles... and is a national youth baller...
    What nonsense! How can you have a revolution without shooting people ? Lenin 26th October 1917...
    If Christians go to heaven, I do not want to go to Heaven: Hatuey. 2/02/1512

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    The battle of the North Street boy have casualties...JC will be winning the championship
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      It’s KC’s loss’

      Hyde claims interference led to his demise

      BY HOWARD WALKER Observer senior reporter [email protected]
      Wednesday, October 08, 2014













      Lenworth Hyde looks on from the sidelines during last Saturday’s ISSA/LIME Manning Cup Group A game against St George’s College, which Turn to HYDE on Page 55 his team lost 0-7. (PHOTO: GARFIELD ROBINSON)
      THREE-TIME National Premier League winning coach Lenworth Hyde Snr, who was sacked by Kingston College (KC) midway through the schoolboy season, said he was surprised and disappointed, but that it was actually the school’s loss. Hyde, who is one of the most successful local coaches, having led Portmore United,
      Tivoli Gardens and Harbour View to National Premier League titles, was dismissed by KC following a humiliating 0-7 defeat to fierce rivals St George’s College last Saturday. The famed ‘Purples’ from North Street are the third most successful school in Manning Cup history with 14 titles, but they have not won the prestigious trophy for 28 years, dating back to 1986.
      “They are not professional down there and that’s what I went to teach and let them know how football is run,” Hyde told the Jamaica Observer yesterday. “We (Hyde and Max Straw) win and we know what it is to win. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the time. But I think it’s their loss,” noted Hyde.
      KC, who also lost 0-3 to St George’s on September 20, were second in Group A with 12 points from six games and were on course to advance to the next stage of the competition, until they were shocked 4-2 at home yesterday by Waterford, who climbed to one point ahead into second place.
      However, KC have a game in hand against winless Campion College. “I am very disappointed. It says that we were doing something right and we are learning and it doesn’t take one or two seasons to see the fruit.
      “These players that we have now have at least two more years, so I think with more time we would have seen a better brand of football and the players get more committed,” he added.
      Hyde, who replaced KC old boy Donovan ‘DV’ Hayles earlier this year, claimed a lot of meddling by the old boys and persons close to the team contributed to his demise.
      Hyde, a football icon and one of Jamaica’s greatest players, further pointed out that he came under fire because he left out a particular player that went overseas and missed preseason, as well as another player who was left out for disciplinary reasons.
      “There were some deterrent sometimes in the preparation, but I am not crying,” he said while watching his son Jaheel Hyde’s school Wolmer’s Boys’ playing Trench Town High yesterday.
      “It ranks with the Premier League. You run from the Premier League because of that reason and go into Manning Cup and it is even worse, because you have people interfering same way,” Hyde further claimed. “Managers telling you which formation to play, managers shouting from the stands telling players to go into midfield,” he added.
      Hyde, who is upset with the manner of his dismissal on Monday, believed he had something good going on at KC. “Seeing that it was our first year and before I got the job, I think it was a rebuilding programme.
      Even before this meeting, in the last meeting, the principal told me he would do the analysis at the end of the season and take it from there.
      So I was surprised in the second meeting, I got this letter,” said Hyde, who explained that he was called to a meeting just after 1:00 pm on Monday when the dismissal letter was delivered to him.
      “It was surprising because I don’t think the team is doing badly. Even the game that was lost we didn’t do badly because we created chances.
      We had players out and our captain and goalkeeper was out from the Waterford game, so that was a big setback for the team, but we persevered,” said Hyde. KC’s new track and field head coach Neil Harrison, who played youth football at Clarendon College when Hyde was leading the daCosta Cup team to success in the 1970s, will be in charge for the remainder of the season.
      Harrison, who last season was the head coach of Munro College’s track and field team, has some amount of football coaching experience at Clarendon College, St George’s College and Munro College
      What nonsense! How can you have a revolution without shooting people ? Lenin 26th October 1917...
      If Christians go to heaven, I do not want to go to Heaven: Hatuey. 2/02/1512

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Xavier View Post
        The battle of the North Street boy have casualties...JC will be winning the championship
        Quodlibet seh to tell yuh, "A who yuh a call bway? Hope Road yutes fi step aside and watch how big man hangle tings."

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Peasie View Post
          Quodlibet seh to tell yuh, "A who yuh a call bway? Hope Road yutes fi step aside and watch how big man hangle tings."
          Lol...bring it on...JC has the most Manning Cup in the whole WORLD...lol
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