'Admiral' Bailey takes over at Waterhouse
Glendon 'Admiral' Bailey is the new head coach of struggling Red Stripe Premier League Club Waterhouse.
In a release yesterday, the club said they had parted ways with Martvin Tate 'on mutual agreement.'
Donovan White, president of Waterhouse FC said: "These are tough times in football and resources are extremely scarce, therefore, we must be efficient and effective in utilising the support we do have from our committed sponsors and fans by delivering consistent performances and positive results. Our team, while extremely talented, has struggled with leadership, consistency, and discipline on and off the field."
Bailey, a former Tivoli Gardens and Arnett Gardens coach, has several titles to his credit including two two National Premier crowns.
The other members of the new Waterhouse football staff are Curtis Hamilton, assistant coach; Leighton Murray, goalkeeper coach. The team manager is Keith Sailsman.
Tate is out after 13 games into the 2016-17 season. Waterhouse have struggled under the former Village United coach and sit second from bottom with 11 points, four more than last place Boys' Town and two adrift of promoted teams Maverley/Hughenden and Jamalco. They have won just three of their 13 matches while losing eight.
Last season Waterhouse escaped relegation on the final day of the season, thanks to victory over Boys' Town.