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Caledonia whips Haitians; D/Force loses in CFU tourney

Trinidad and Tobago Pro League outfit Caledonia AIA shook off its miserable domestic form and the recent departures of several key players to whip host team Association Sportive de Mirebalais 3-0 in its 2014 Caribbean Club Championship Group 2 opener yesterday in Haiti. The “Eastern Stallions”, who recently exported versatile …

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Jamaica’s club footballers cry foul over poor salaries

The promise of fame and fortune has fuelled many a youngster’s dream of becoming a professional footballer. The realisation of such dreams is epitomised by the likes of Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney, whose skills have made them household names and landed them …

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Defence Force is back: Defending champ rejoins Pro League

The defending Pro League champion football team, Defence Force, is back in business. Defence Force assistant coach Marvin Gordon told Wired868 that the team got the good news this morning from its superiors and the players cannot wait to resume training tomorrow. “(Head coach) Ross (Russell) called me and said …

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Stop playing with those soldiers, Griffith!

It has been four weeks since the Defence Force football team along with all other sport and cultural teams within the local regiment have suspended all “involvement in national, regional and community type/level sporting activities.” No one has ever explained how the likes of Curtis “Boyo” Gonzales, Kevon Carter and …

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