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Can Soca Warriors learn from ‘Icelandic Madness’? Icelandic professor and Look Loy speak

On 10 June 2006, the national anthem of Trinidad and Tobago belted through the Westfalenstadion Stadium in Dortmund, Germany, as this country’s Soca Warriors became the smallest nation (by population) to play in a FIFA World Cup. Backed by a population of 1.3 million people, Dwight Yorke and his troops …

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Pro League round-up: M’vt Caledonia stun Defence Force, Civic’s Jeremiah scores again

Morvant Caledonia United handed Defence Force their first defeat of the 2019/20 Pro League season yesterday evening as the ‘Eastern Stallions’ won 2-1 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain. Flanker Joshua Alexander scored his second match winner of the week—following up on his decisive strike against Terminix …

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How should T&T teams play? TTFA talks tactics, Tobago players and oversized technical committee

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace has promised to regularise the FA’s technical committee, after its ranks swelled to an unprecedented and unconstitutional size at the last board meeting. A six member technical committee comprising of chairman and board member Keith Look Loy, Michael Grayson, Jinelle James, …

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Jabloteh jump AC PoS; plus T&T U-15 coach Jeffrey explains why he turned down job as Cooper’s assistant

If there are any virtues that San Juan Jabloteh technical director Keith Jeffrey lacks, let it not be said that confidence is one of them. When Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical committee chairman Keith Look Loy came calling, over the Christmas period, with the offer of Boys’ National …

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Lee salvages point for Rangers against Sando, as top five Pro League teams draw

Third place Terminix La Horquetta Rangers lost a chance to close the gap with leaders Defence Force on match day six of the 2019/20 Pro League season, as they had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Tiger Tanks Club Sando on Friday at the La Horquetta Recreation Ground in …

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Scalp by scalp, Walsh steadily stakes claim for T20 World Cup selection

Despite being a player on the regional scene since the 2011-12 season, Hayden Walsh jr had never really knocked on the selection door before the middle of the 2019 CPL season. In the third game of his debut regional season, he had impressed with returns of 4 for 47 against …

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Eve gets U-17 job with Leon, Ince and Jeffrey as assistants, Look Loy sympathises with Cooper

Naparima College and Tiger Tanks Club Sando coach Angus Eve was confirmed as Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Under-17 Team head coach this evening with Keith Jeffrey and Clyde Leon as his assistants, Clayton Ince as goalkeeper coach, Adarryl John as trainer and Wesley Webb as team manager. The technical …

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Eve, Jack, Jeffrey and La Foucade are in, but no room for Cooper as TTFA appoints coaches

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) made over two dozen technical appointments in a marathon meeting last night with Dion La Foucade, Angus Eve and Kelvin Jack among the new inclusions into the national pool. However, technical committee chairman Keith Look Loy did not have things all his way, …

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‘Ballpest’ buries Police FC as Quamina explains La Horquetta Rangers philosophy

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers showed that they have guts to match their quality on Tuesday night, as the star-studded outfit edged Police FC 2-1 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in a match that saw both clubs reduced to 10 players. Playmaker Keron ‘Ballpest’ Cummings conjured up Rangers’ winning goal with …

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Best: Lil pin does chook hard; Walsh jr settles question of WI size

Hayden Walsh jr stands only 5’7” in his socks. But since last October, he has been steadily rising to the challenge of being a West Indian cricketer at last. But no matter how high he climbs, even if he were a 6’4” Alzarri Joseph or a 6’7” Jason Holder or …

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‘The rules are clear!’ TTOC and NAAATT offer ‘support’ as Ahye faces Olympics ban

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis said their attorneys are ‘carefully perusing’ the details of a two year ban on star sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye, as they weigh up a possible appeal to the decision by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU). Ahye, the 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist, …

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