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Lasana Liburd

Lasana Liburd
Lasana Liburd is the CEO and Editor at Wired868.com and a journalist with over 20 years experience at several Trinidad and Tobago and international publications including Play the Game, World Soccer, UK Guardian and the Trinidad Express.

Source: Fyzabad principal was deceived too; school stops all football programmes after scandal

Fyzabad Secondary have withdrawn from all Secondary School Football League (SSFL) competitions in 2017 as the fall-out from their suspension for fraudulently registering two players into lower sixth form continues. Yesterday, the SSFL executive suspended the “Fyzo Tigers” from the Premier Division after it was discovered that the school had …

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SSFL under the weather: ‘Naps’, Shiva Boys and ‘Pres’ games postponed; others should proceed

The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) executive has advised that at least three Premier Division games will be postponed today owing to heavy weather. The affected matches are Fyzabad Secondary versus Naparima College, Fatima College versus Presentation College (San Fernando) and Shiva Boys Hindu College versus St Mary’s College. “The …

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From Fyza-bad to worse! Fresh SSFL scandal as “Fyzo Tigers” register players with forged transcripts

Fyzabad Secondary were docked nine of the ten points they have so far earned on the football field this season—and they might be thrilled if the punishment stops there, having accepted part-responsibility for registering two players on forged examination transcripts. Fyzabad captain and utility player Dez Jones and key midfielder …

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We’re not blaming anyone! USSF official denies SPORTT account but keen to soothe tensions over Couva venue

United States Soccer Federation (USSF) press officer Michael Kammarman denied SPORTT claims that the visiting team were warned about the unsuitability of the Ato Boldon Stadium venue and offered an alternative venue before their training session this morning. However, Kammarman stressed that USA wanted to put the war of words …

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