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Meet Central FC

New Trinidad and Tobago Digicel Pro League team, Central FC, will start its season on 21 September 2012 with a First Citizens Cup clash with Defence Force from 8 pm in the second game of a double header at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.

Central FC, or “The Sharks”, will start its season with a tailgate party in the Mannie Ramjohn car park from 6.30 pm where fans can buy a Central FC supporter’s T-shirt and four beers for $50. Entertainment will be provided by the Siparia Rhythm Section.

Central FC has registered the following 23 players for action this season.

(List given as team number, name and nickname and age)

Photo: Central FC assistant coach Kevin Jeffrey (far left) has a word with his squad during a training session.

Central FC

Goalkeepers: 1.Marvin “Marvo” Phillip (28), 13.Shane “Frassman” Mattis (31);

 

Defenders: 2.Dylon “Big Dog” Charles (22), 3.Keion “Ballers” Goodridge (23), 4.Kelvin “Smithy” Smith (27), 5.Coneal “Thommo” Thomas (25), 6.Marc “Passion” Leslie (31), 23.Kevaughn “Kev” Connell (29), 24.Akeem “Kemo” Adams (21), 37.Jameel Neptune (?);

 

Midfielders: 7.Hayden “Wannie” Tinto (27), 8.Keron “Ballpest” Cummings (24), 10.Marvin “Big Dread” Oliver (37), 14.Tyrone Charles (23), 15.Sayid “Face” Freitas (29), 16.Carey Harris (37), 17.Shaquille “Bits” Nesbitt (?), 18.Cyrano “Chynee” Glen (24), 19.Adrian “Baby G” Noel (22), 26.Quincy “Chicken” Charles (27);

 

Forwards: 20.Darryl Trim (20), 9.Anthony “Wolfey” Wolfe (28), 12.Simba “Baba” Aberdeen (25).

 

Technical Staff:
Graham Rix (coach), Norris Ferguson (administrative manager), Kevin Jeffrey (assistant coach), Anthony Sherwood (assistant coach), Lindsay Davis (physio), Marclene Toussaint (office manager), Selwyn “Lloyd” Gabriel (equipment manager).

 

About Central FC

Central FC
Central FC is Trinidad and Tobago's newest professional team and is based at 53 West Boundary Street, California, Couva. Known as the "Sharks", Central FC is run by the duo of managing director and ex-2006 World Cup player Brent Sancho and operations director and former England PFA employee Kevin Harrison.

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