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Understrength Connection plots Caledonia revenge

“I think that in both games, if you go over the tapes, you would realise we were in a better position to win,” DirecTV W Connection coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier told Wired868. “That doesn’t mean Caledonia played badly; they played well. But we haven’t been taking our chances.” Neal & Massy …

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Warriors adjourn TTFF contempt charge; settlement imminent

The 13 aggrieved 2006 “Soca Warriors” today agreed to adjourn their contempt application against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) and its general secretary Richard Groden and former president Oliver Camps in a conciliatory move that is expected to precede a settlement between the two parties. [pullquote_left]The agreement between …

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TTFF contempt case continues; Warriors asked to settle

The 2006 World Cup bonus dispute returns to the Port of Spain High Court from 9.30 am tomorrow, on 17 October 2012, and on Thursday 18 October with Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) general secretary Richard Groden and ex-president Oliver Camps facing contempt charges for their failure to initiate …

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Sport Minister accused of deceiving Parliament

All Sport Promotions financial director Bruce Aanensen defended the reputation of his company and the integrity of his colleague Anthony Harford, in a press conference today at the Queen’s Park Oval, and has added to concerns that Sport Minister Anil Roberts might have willfully deceived the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament. …

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Warriors run riot against Anguilla

Tropical Storm Rafael was arguably not the most awesome sight at Warner Park in St Kitts and Nevis yesterday evening as the Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team thumped Anguilla 10-0 to seal its place in the Caribbean Cup semifinal round. The “Soca Warriors” only needed to avoid a …

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Beyond a Boundary

When in 1963 CLR James completed his seminal work on cricket, the title of which I have borrowed for this column, his introduction posed a simple question to readers. ‘‘What do they know of cricket, who only cricket know?’’ James was of the mind that, in order to fully understand …

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Abandoned Warriors near Caribbean Cup semis with slender win

The Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team put its financial issues aside to virtually book a place in the Caribbean Cup semifinal phase yesterday with a slender 1-0 over host nation, St Kitts and Nevis, at Warner Park, Basseterre. A solitary Kevon Carter goal after a mazy run from …

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Warriors make bright Caribbean Cup start

Twenty-five-year-old United States-based playmaker Keon Daniel was credited with a fine individual performance in St Kitts yesterday evening as Trinidad and Tobago shook off an early deficit to trounce French Guiana 4-1 in its opening Caribbean Cup qualifying match. Daniel, who is employed by Major League Soccer (MLS) outfit Philadelphia …

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