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Akeem’s improving; but financial donations remain slow

Twenty-two year old former Trinidad and Tobago defender Akeem Adams is said to be improving slowly but surely at the Varosmajori Heart Clinic in Budapest, Hungary although the ex-Presentation College (San Fernando) student remains in ICU. A source close to the family informed Wired868 that Adams’ condition is stabilising. The …

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Caledonia starves Baptiste for first League win while D/Force stutters

Well, it took Caledonia AIA long enough. After 450 minutes without a win in local competition and 16 and a half hours in total if one includes CONCACAF Champions League action, Caledonia AIA finally got the monkey off its back with a 4-1 victory over San Juan Jabloteh last night …

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Connection strangles Point Fortin; Police executes Central raid

DIRECTV W Connection FC chairman David John Williams has three targets this season. “Win the league, win the league, win the league,” Williams told Wired868. Last night, the “Savonetta Boys” showed how seriously they are taking their  title hunt with a clinical and classy 2-0 Digicel Pro League win over …

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Central’s Civic lesson; Connection stays perfect

Trinidad and Tobago national team goalkeeper Marvin Phillip was mysteriously demoted last night by his employer, Point Fortin Civic, and Central FC took full advantage as a Rundell Winchester hattrick helped the “Couva Sharks” to a 3-0 win at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The result ended Point Fortin’s …

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Leaders’ summit: Pro League top four clash in Couva

Digicel Pro League leaders DIRECTV W Connection and Point Fortin Civic, who are separated only by goal difference, should face searching tests of their credentials tomorrow evening when the first and second placed team respectively faces third placed North East Stars from 6 pm and fourth placed Central FC from …

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Tobago love: Winchester leads Central to First Citizens Cup

It was about 20 minutes after the final whistle but Central FC striker Rundell Winchester was in no hurry to leave the Hasely Crawford Stadium and the scene of his most impressive triumph to date. The 19-year-old Tobagonian set up Central’s equalising goal and then scored a superb winner as …

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Defence Force meets Central FC in Cup final tonight

A traditional powerhouse and a spunky underdog will face each other for the First Citizens Cup crown at the Hasely Crawford Stadium tonight as the first domestic football final of the 2013/14 season kicks off from 8 pm in Port of Spain. Defence Force has managed four major titles in …

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Warriors’ evolution continues with goalless draw against New Zealand

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team’s evolution continued last night with a goalless draw against New Zealand at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. Not that it might have felt much like progress at the time. If half-dozen policemen had walked on to the field and started planting …

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