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Jorsling and Joseph pause friendship for fiery reunion

When Devorn Jorsling and Kareem “Tiny” Joseph first laid eyes on each other, Facebook was not yet invented and berries were a delicious snack not an omnipresent communication tool. If they didn’t quite complete each other’s sentences, the Malick schoolboys and Morvant villagers certainly meshed on the football field. The …

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Wounded Warriors press on despite gov’t snub

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) is banking on the goodwill of the local public and the sales savvy of marketing manager Anthony Harford to rescue its 2012 Digicel Caribbean Cup campaign after being snubbed by the Sport Ministry. The TTFF had requested $423,218 from the Government but was …

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Filbert Street finds T&T Football battered and abused

Scene: Port of Spain General Hospital. Wired868 Journalist (to camera): “Today we have seen extraordinary scenes here in Port of Spain, after Trinidad and Tobago Football was found abused and battered at an undisclosed location in the capital. The authorities are treating this as a case of an attempted murder. …

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Warriors pay cost for TTFF/Sport Ministry conflict

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) marketing manager Anthony Harford accused Sport Minister Anil Roberts of attempting to create a parallel organisation to run local football as the conflict intensified between the two sporting bodies. Roberts has consistently snubbed the TTFF since National Security Minister Jack Warner asked him to …

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Caledonia maestros eliminate Connection

Is Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA really the Caribbean’s best football club? Caledonia assistant coach Jerry Moe could not quite muster a straight answer. “I can be biased and say yes,” Moe told Wired868.com, “but some of these games come down to what happens on the night and who executes. …

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Stubborn Connection defies Mexicans again

DirecTV W Connection ended its 2012 CONCACAF Champions League campaign last night with a defiant display at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva as the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League team held Mexican outfit Chivas de Guadalajara to a 1-1 tie. The result maintained Connection’s remarkable record of having never lost …

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Connection, Caledonia end CONCACAF campaigns tonight

Trinidad and Tobago Pro League teams DirecTV W Connection and Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA will close off their CONCACAF Champions League campaigns tonight in differing circumstances. Caledonia travels to Honduras to face CD Marathón with only pride at stake for both teams as United States Major League Soccer (MLS) …

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Penniless Warriors restart Operation Gold Cup

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team restarted its mission to qualify for its first CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament since 2007 with a training session on Sunday and coach Hutson Charles’ 29-man provisional squad meets again today from 9 am at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar. But selecting a squad …

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Now ex-Barbados Chief Justice investigates Warner

Former Barbados Chief Justice and Attorney General Sir David Simmons QC, who is chairman of Trinidad and Tobago’s 1990 Coup Enquiry, will hone in on the past practices of National Security Minister Jack Warner as CONCACAF continues to dig through its closet. Simmons, who is trying to compel Jamaat al …

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Toothless Sharks battered by Army

As a lifelong football supporter, I tend to believe in omens. For example, my son and I soon felt that if we saw a wedding car on the way to Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham would win. If we saw two, Gillingham would win by two clear goals. Bizarrely, we felt this …

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