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Stars stun Caledonia to go third; Central holds Connection

North East Stars celebrated last week’s triumph over Digicel Pro League leader Defence Force with an even more impressive 3-1 victory over second placed Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva yesterday evening. The Stars win, coupled with a 2-2 draw between DIRECTV W Connection …

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Four 2006 Warriors selected for Belize, Peru friendlies

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team should not lack know-how for its two upcoming friendly internationals against Belize on March 22 and away to Peru on March 26 after picking a relatively experienced 18-man squad today. Four 2006 World Cup players got the nod from the technical staff, which …

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Rangers striker joins Pro League hattrick club

New St Ann’s Rangers striker Marvin Lee scored the tenth hattrick of the 2012/13 Digicel Pro League season and the fifth treble of the year on Wednesday evening but it was only good enough for a solitary point as Rangers and Police played to a 3-3 draw in a rescheduled …

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Trick or treat: Valiant Police undone by JJ treble

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service has seen better weeks than this one, which included the tragic slaying of Sergeant Hayden Manwaring and persistent speculation about the return of a “Flying Squad” that supposedly operates without the knowledge of Acting Police Commissioner Stephan Williams. The importance of what happens on …

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Defence Force edges Connection; Glen tricks T&TEC

Another weekend, another win for the Defence Force. It was a close shave but, at the final whistle, Defence Force was celebrating again as the army/coast guard combination edged defending champions, DIRECTV W Connection, 2-1 last night at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya. It was the tenth successive unbeaten …

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Pro League diamonds in the rough

In the first of a two-part series, Wired868 reviews the standout performers at the mid-term mark in 2012/13 Digicel Pro League. Here is a list of the League’s upcoming talent that are destined for bigger and better things. (Starting XI) Zane Coker (St Ann’s Rangers/ Goalkeeper/ 23 years old): Neal …

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Glen double sinks Connection

A freaky double strike from 2006 World Cup attacker Cornell Glen stunned DIRECTV W Connection last night as North East Stars downed the defending Pro League champions 2-0 at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The result saw Stars close the gap with third placed Connection to just goal aggregate. …

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Soldiers rout Caledonia to surge clear

The 2012/13 Digicel Pro League football season is barely at the halfway mark this weekend. And yet there could be no questioning the right of the Defence Force team to hold the ultimate prize. Not anymore. At the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva last night, the army/coast guard combination sent …

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Caledonia leads Pro League exodus for overseas trials

Seven Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA players are among more than a dozen Pro League footballers who will head through the Piarco Airport’s departure lounge in the coming days to seek their fortune abroad. Present Trinidad and Tobago internationals Densill Theobald and Ataullah Guerra left last night for trials in …

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Five-star soldiers flatten tired W Connection

There has been suspicion in some quarters at the rate in which national institutions are being created in south and central Trinidad or moved out of the capital of Port of Spain. But it seems safe to assume that the DIRECTV W Connection football club will be happy to forego …

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W Connection fires back at national coaches

DirecTV W Connection owner David John Williams has defended his club’s transfer policy after criticism from Trinidad and Tobago national senior team and under-20 coaches Hutson “Barber” Charles and Ross Russell respectively. Charles and Russell, who are both soldiers and former national players, criticised Williams for supposedly disrupting team preparations …

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Olympic footballers seek winning blend

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team has only managed a top two CONCACAF finish once in its history when the “Soca Babes” finished runner-up to Mexico to qualify for the 1991 Portugal Under-20 World Youth Championship. Angus Eve, Trinidad and Tobago’s all-time most capped senior team player, was a …

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