He made this comment after his team eked out a 1-0 victory over St. Paul’s United over the weekend.
“I had every confidence in the team. They were diligent in their practice, stuck together as a team and were always focused on achieving their goal,” Hobson noted.
It was a Tahir Hanley’s strike in the 35th minute that gave the Central Basseterre team their first ‘hardware for the 2015 season.
And representative for Central Basseterre, Marcella Liburd congratulated the team on its performance, and she want to the see the team takes the Premier Division title.
“The whole of McKnight, and indeed the whole of Central Basseterre, is proud of the performance of Spurs and want to see this repeated by lifting the Premier Division Cup for 2015. Congratulations to the players, the management and all the wonderful fans who supported the team.”
Currently the team stands in a tie for third in the premier league table, some six points behind league leaders S.L. Horsford St. Paul’s United.
Meanwhile, Stanley Jacobs, General Secretary of the St. Kitts-Nevis Football Association, expressed gratitude for the attendance that they saw at the games, adding, “as you know, crowd support s not only meaningful in terms of finances, but it is also an important part of game development and helps to improve player performance.”
Conaree FC defeated Cayon Rockets 3-1 to walk away third best in the competition.
Attention will now be placed on the completion of the Premier Division with the table tightly bunched.