Second verse, same as the first?
Forge FC sure hopes so when they take to the pitch Tuesday night in Panama to face Tauro FC in the round of 16 of the Concacaf League.
Forge are riding high, thanks to their CPL Championship victory at The Island Games in PEI in September, and last month’s 2-1 road win over Salvadoran side Club Deportivo Municipal Limeño in the preliminary round of the Concacaf League.
The CPL Champs made history in El Salvador, as their win marked the first by a CPL team on foreign soil. Now Forge looks to make history again by becoming the first CPL team to reach the final eight of the Concacaf League.
Tuesday’s match is a winner-take-all affair and will see one team advance to the quarter-finals, which will also be a one-legged affair.
The winner of Tuesday’s game advances to the quarter-finals where they will play either Waterhouse FC (Jamaica) or Arcahaie FC (Haiti).