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 CENTRAL FC'S Jamal Jack has joined Alpha United of Guyana on a six-month loan deal. Jack is a utility player who has played at central defence, right-back and midfield under former Central FC coach Terry fenwick since signing from Rangers in 2013-2014. 

Yesterday, Central FC manager Norris Ferguson confirmed Jack's departure to Guyana,  when last night he was due to play for Alpha in the Concacaf Champions League group stage against Olimpia of Honduras. Jack, 26, has also played for San Juan Jabloteh and is a goal threat from set-piece situations.  

'He is there," Ferguson said, while explaining that Jack still remains a Sharks player. 

"He has not left the club because he is still on Central FC's books."

Meanwhile, on Saturday, Central FC continued pre-season preparations with a 3-0 win over St Anthony's College. Central FC team featured numerous players on trial. 

In was the second successive preseason match won by the Sharks, who also beat  Oropune United 7-2 recently. 

Playing as a forward, Jason Marcano bagged a hat-trick. The midfield combination of Sean De Silva, Mitchell and Leston Paul looked very fluid in the attacking third and could have scored a few more. 

 
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