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Guerra sinks Cuba as Warriors top group

Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Ataullah Guerra transformed the Dwight Yorke Stadium into a love nest tonight with the decisive goal as the “Soca Warriors” advanced to next month’s 2012 Caribbean Cup finals in style with a 1-0 victory over Cuba in Bacolet, Tobago. Guerra hopped along the running track, blowing …

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Make or break for Soca Warriors in Tobago

There is a fresh mood within the Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team as it prepares for this week’s 2012 Caribbean Cup qualifiers at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago. The “Soca Warriors” open their campaign from 8 pm tomorrow against St Vincent and the Grenadines in the …

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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 vow to repay fans with Caribbean title

Trinidad and Tobago national football team captain and goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams promised to repay fans with success in the 2012 Caribbean Cup tournament as the “Soca Warriors” go through their final preparations for next week’s group contest. The 20-man squad was selected today by interim head coach Hutson “Barber” Charles …

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Soca Warriors fall 2-0 to Canada

The Trinidad and Tobago national men’s football team made only its third international appearance of 2012 this evening and was no match for an experimental Canada team as the “Soca Warriors” fell 2-0 in south Florida. Canada, who is coached by Trinidadian Stephen Hart, is in second place of its …

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Chaguanas Police: Candice was a random target

A 26-year-old Enterprise resident with a history of violence allegedly confessed on Wednesday evening to the brutal assault and robbery of former beauty queen and model, Candice Worrell. Worrell, 29, is also the fiancée of W Connection captain and Trinidad and Tobago national football team goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams. On 20 …

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Will silence make Candice safer?

Good Day Mr. Liburd, I am a friend of Candice Worrell and was therefore very concerned when I came across your recent article captioned “Welcome Back, Candice!” this morning. The news is fantastic but consideration should be given to the fact that the perpetrator of this crime has not been …

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Connection dedicates title to courageous captain

W. Connection coach Stuart Charles Fevrier paid special tribute to club captain Jan-Michael Williams as the “Savonetta Boys” executed a remarkable triumph by snatching the 2011/12 Digicel Pro League crown from under the nose of rivals, T&TEC, on the final day of the season. On Thursday, Caledonia AIA stunned T&TEC …

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Candice fights back from brutal assault

Candice Worrell returned to her Couva home last weekend for the first time since the 29-year-old health and safety officer was brutally attacked by a still unidentified assailant outside her Jenexcon Engineering workplace in Montrose, Chaguanas on 20 January 2012. By Monday, she was back at the St James Medical …

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TTFF hits back at Jan-Michael

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) today declined an opportunity to make peace with grieving national goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams and, instead, hinted that the W Connection captain was guilty of dishonesty. Williams, whose fiancée Candice Worrell remains in a coma since a brutal robbery on January 20, complained to …

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TTFF disregards Jan-Michael’s tragedy

… Grieving goalie considers international retirement   Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams is considering retiring from international duty at the age of 27; stung by what he perceives as insensitivity by the local football body, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), to his tragic personal circumstances. Williams, who …

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