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Ewan Headley

Ewan Headley is a Wired868 intern and a journalism student at COSTAATT.

One-on-one with Dwane James

Trinidad and Tobago football’s most valuable brothers, arguably, were goalkeeper Lincoln and “Tiger” Phillips and defender Winston Phillips who played side-by-side in the 1974 World Cup qualifying campaign when the two island republic was robbed of a place in the FIFA showcase tournament. Since then, examples of siblings who both …

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One-on-one with Jelani Peters

On the opening weekend of the 2013/14 Digicel Pro League season, St Ann’s Rangers was flattened 7-0 by present leader DIRECTV W Connection. It was an omen of things to come in a difficult season for the St Ann’s based club. Twenty-year-old Jelani Peters was not even deemed good enough …

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One-on-one with Curtis Gonzales

Twenty-five-year-old Defence Force utility player and Trinidad and Tobago international defender Curtis “Boyo” Gonzales is busier than ever in 2014. His team has just finished duty in the Caribbean Club Championship, is trying to retain the Pro League title and has the Lucozade Sport Goal Shield and Digicel Pro Bowl …

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One-on-one with Alvin Jones

DIRECTV W Connection right back and former Trinidad and Tobago under-20 defender Alvin Jones is keen to succeed as a footballer to provide a better life for his family and himself in the future. Jones was born into a football family. His father and former “Strike Squad” left back Kelvin …

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