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Skeene: TTFA did not follow ideal procedure in hiring Williams as U-20 coach

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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) did not follow the ideal procedure in hiring Brian Williams as the National Under-20 Team coach, according to TTFA technical committee chairman, Dexter Skeene. Williams, who last coached a national youth team in 2006, was unveiled yesterday as the TTFA’s second coaching appointment …

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Quintero has operation; Connection vow to welcome back striker after lengthy impasse 

Oct. 30th 2015: during the Finals of the First Citizens Cup between Central FC and W. Connection at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. W. Connection won 2-1. Photo: Allan V. Crane

DIRECTV W Connection forward and former Trinidad and Tobago national youth team player Dwight Quintero finally underwent surgery on his right ankle yesterday, after a near two-month stand off between the player, his relatives and attorney and a Connection contingent that included Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president and …

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April Fools: Police and Stars upset Central and Connection, as Pro League resumes

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A flawless performance by Police FC custodian Adrian Foncette and clinical finishing by Japs North East Stars striker Gorean “Ratty” Highley left Pro League defending champions Bankers Insurance Central FC and second placed DIRECTV W Connection with red faces on April 1 at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. On …

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Misfiring Connection edge Civic; Perry and Makesi help Lawmen collar Caledonia

Sep. 22h 2015: during the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League Match between DirestTV W. Connection (TRI) and Santos Laguna (MEX) at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain.

There were as many as 10 past and present international frontmen involved in last night’s TT Pro League double header at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Fans confronted with that statistic might not have known whether to laugh or cry. By the time the stadium officials dimmed the lights, …

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