Former Harbour View head coach Ludlow Bernard has condemned the actions of supporters at Wednesday evening's Red Stripe Premier League contest between the hosts and Tivoli Gardens at the Compound. The game was called-off mid-way the second half after supporters started throwing objects onto the field.
The tension started when the Tivoli pair of Romaine Breakenridge and Jermaine 'Teddy' Johnson were ejected in the first half. Bernard who was speaking on Hitz 92 FM's Sports Explosion on Thursday morning, said the incident was bad for the league.
“It’s kind of unfortunate what transpired yesterday (Wednesday) because I’m sure that isn’t a good advert for the Premier League; but then again it’s the game of football so these things will happen,” said Bernard. However, Bernard added that he feels the match officials were too quick to call the game off.