Antigua & Barbuda, coached by former U.S. Olympic team coach Peter Nowak, beat Guatemala, 1-0, in the first leg of their third-round World Cup 2018 qualifying
series in Concacaf. The winner will join the USA and Trinidad & Tobago and the winner of the St. Vincent & the Grenadines-Aruba series in their semifinal round that begins in November. The
Vincy Heat won the first leg, 2-0. In a stunner, Jamaica fell at home to Nicaragua, 3-2, in a match it trailed, 3-0, after 48 minutes.
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"I really think they're true friendships. When a manager comes to my house for dinner, they don't think twice of saying, 'I want the lasagna Bolognese and the veal Milanese!' I'm like: 'Both?!? It's
1 in the afternoon! We've gotta go shop and cook!' Look, it's much easier to order in or have a bit to eat in the City, but now they come to my house and they're in my home, and it's genuinely done
with just friendship. It's not like since Sir Alex retired that I don't want to see him anymore. It's genuine. If I get fired today, I'm still friends with these guys."
promoter Charlie Stillitano on friendships with foreign club coaches like Alex Ferguson, who are regulars at his New
Jersey home. (SI.com)