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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.

TTFA FA Trophy gets $100,000 in prize money

Trinidad and Tobago’s oldest football competition, the FA Trophy, looks set to carry a financial prize again for the first time under new Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president Raymond Tim Kee. After an anxious wait for clubs who have already played in two rounds of competition, TTFA general …

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Modeste Sando stuns D/Force; Joevin jams Guaya

It will be DIRECTV W Connection versus Club Sando in the 2013 Toyota Classic final next week as yesterday’s electric semi-final contest at Couva’s Ato Boldon Stadium pitched up an intriguing finale to one of local football’s most intriguing cup competitions. For the first time in the Classic’s history, a …

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Guaya turns Point Fortin green in Toyota Classic

“Spread, your, hands, and, let gooooo…” Men and women in green tops held their heads and various body parts yesterday evening and danced on the Mahaica Oval ground to Blaxx’s 2012 soca hit. And Guaya United, the Super League upstarts, had whipped Point Fortin Civic 2-0 at the latter club’s …

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Defence Force and W Connection storm into Toyota Classic semis

There was an avalanche of goals in Couva last night as defending Pro League champions Defence Force and current League leaders DIRECTV W Connection both motored into the 2013 Toyota Classic semifinal stage with emphatic wins over Central FC and Malabar FC respectively. Malabar had recovered from a 3-1 deficit …

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Magic Marchan: Sando penalises Caledonia to advance in Toyota Classic

Club Sando goalkeeper Andre Marchan was an unlikely hero last night with a decisive penalty save as the Super League club continued its fairytale run in the Toyota Classic competition with a shoot-out triumph over Pro League outfit and 2012 Caribbean Club champions, Caledonia AIA, after a 2-2 tie in …

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Soca silences Reggae: Warriors clinch landmark win in Jamaica

On the last occasion that the “Soca Warriors” returned from Jamaica undefeated, after a 2-2 draw in March 2008, then Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) special advisor Jack Warner held a press conference to honour the achievement under then coach Francisco Maturana. Maybe present Warrior coach Stephen Hart might …

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Guaya season: Handy Jagdeosingh dims Stars

A Kevin Jagdeosingh double of contrasting style, one off his head and the other punched in with his right hand, brought the Toyota Classic first round to an end with another upset as Super League outfit, Guaya United, downed Pro League team North East Stars 2-0 in an east coast …

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