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Sport Ministry gives TTFF money to an employee

The Ministry of Sport arguably continued its provocation of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) today as Wired868 understands a cheque meant to cover the senior men team’s Caribbean Cup trip to St Kitts and Nevis, was made out to the team’s manager, William Wallace. TTFF press officer Shaun …

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Warriors run riot against Anguilla

Tropical Storm Rafael was arguably not the most awesome sight at Warner Park in St Kitts and Nevis yesterday evening as the Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team thumped Anguilla 10-0 to seal its place in the Caribbean Cup semifinal round. The “Soca Warriors” only needed to avoid a …

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Warriors make bright Caribbean Cup start

Twenty-five-year-old United States-based playmaker Keon Daniel was credited with a fine individual performance in St Kitts yesterday evening as Trinidad and Tobago shook off an early deficit to trounce French Guiana 4-1 in its opening Caribbean Cup qualifying match. Daniel, who is employed by Major League Soccer (MLS) outfit Philadelphia …

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Warriors vow to repay fans with Caribbean title

Trinidad and Tobago national football team captain and goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams promised to repay fans with success in the 2012 Caribbean Cup tournament as the “Soca Warriors” go through their final preparations for next week’s group contest. The 20-man squad was selected today by interim head coach Hutson “Barber” Charles …

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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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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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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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