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Pro League given grounds for optimism

Whatever may be the Pro League’s perceived flaws, neither a poor work ethic nor a lack of transparency is ever included among them. League CEO Dexter Skeene is aided by an enthusiastic young staff knitted together by Corporate Secretary Julia Baptiste—whom he describes as a phenomenal person and asset—and press …

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Caledonia squanders Marathon opportunity

Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA is left with a desperate sprint to the finish to advance from its CONCACAF Club Championship group after a goalless draw against CD Marathón tonight at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The Caledonia team, which lost its opening group match 3-1 away to Seattle …

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Caledonia hungry for Marathon snack

Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA will hope for a timely resumption of eating habits this week as the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League club aims to follow Eid ul-Fitr with a football feast on Wednesday night. The “Eastern Stallions” host Honduran outfit, CD Marathón, from 8 pm at the Ato …

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Pro League fights back

With little money, fewer friends and no sporting venues, the 2012/13 Trinidad and Tobago Digicel Pro League is preparing for another kick-off. The season is scheduled to start on 7 September with what is likely to be a Super Friday double-header. There is no word on who is playing yet, …

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Soca Warriors fall 2-0 to Canada

The Trinidad and Tobago national men’s football team made only its third international appearance of 2012 this evening and was no match for an experimental Canada team as the “Soca Warriors” fell 2-0 in south Florida. Canada, who is coached by Trinidadian Stephen Hart, is in second place of its …

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Wired868 Unplugged: A new adventure in sport

Wired868 is pleased to re-open its doors to the world today with a sleek and modern website that improves upon the vehicle initially launched on 12 January 2012. This re-launch comes as the world is enthralled with video and images from the London 2012 Olympic Games. All Trinidad and Tobago …

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Fresh W/Cup bonus delay as Judge tries to step aside

Legal representatives for the 2006 World Cup players and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) are anxiously awaiting word from High Court Judge Devindra Rampersad as to whether he can recuse himself from a contempt charge against TTFF general secretary Richard Groden and former president Oliver Camps. Yesterday at …

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Euro 2020 is coming to the Caribbean… Maybe

Scene: Office of Caribbean Football Union President, Gordon Derrick. The telephone rings. “Good morning, Bonjour, Buenos Dias, Goedemorgan, Guten morgen, Chow Baby, Gordon Derrick speaking.” Photo: Recently elected CFU president Gordon Derrick “Uhm, Good morning, Mr Derrick. Sepp Blatter here.” “Ah, your Lordship. How are you, sir?” “I’m very well, …

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Spain’s conquistadors aren’t done yet

So you’ve lost your taste for tiki-taka, have you? Perhaps you should consider alternative plans for tomorrow when Spain defends its European football crown against Italy at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine. Should Spain win, it will become the first nation to win three consecutive major trophies after the …

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