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Defence Force slip to third; Jabari Mitchell’s late strike lifts Connection

A last minute item from DIRECTV W Connection teenager Jabari Mitchell gave the “Savonetta Boys” a vital 1-0 win over Defence Force in Pro League action today at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya.   The result saw Defence Force, who lead the league up until Valentine’s Day, slip further …

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Durity and Belgrave double up as Army move within one win of glory 

Defence Force FC are now one win away from lifting the CNG National Super League (NSL) Premiership Division title after defeating WASA FC by a 4-2 margin yesterday in a thrilling encounter at WASA’s St Joseph compound. The Super League’s Army/Coast Guard combination sits atop the Premiership standings with 63 points …

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This week in football: Wired868 calendar for February 12-14

The following are this weekend’s fixtures for the various Trinidad and Tobago football competitions covered by Wired868: Friday February 12 (Pro League) Police FC v Club Sando, 6 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium; San Juan Jabloteh v W Connection, 8 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium; Saturday February 13 (CONCACAF Olympic qualifying) Costa …

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CFU: DJW’s unilateral support for Infantino weakens Caribbean football

Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick said he was surprised by Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams’ decision to give his support to UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino for the FIFA presidential elections on February 26. Infantino is one of five candidates for the FIFA presidency …

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Maylee moving mountains; One on one with Attin-Johnson

The roller coaster ride for Trinidad and Tobago football star Maylee Attin-Johnson shows no signs of slowing. The “Women Soca Warriors” captain is making her presence felt throughout the football fraternity with the success of her three-a-side youth football competition. The Attin-Johnson Initiative was the Trinidad and Tobago international’s first attempt at producing and …

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