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SOS for Levi! Williams wants AZ winger in U-20 squad but rules out Hudson, Quinn and Pappy

The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Under-20 Team will head to Colombia on Saturday 21 January for a lengthy pre-tournament camp, as they prepare for the CONCACAF Under-20 Championships in Coast Rica next month. And National Under-20 Team coach Brian Williams hopes to have Netherlands-based winger Levi Garcia in his …

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T&T U-20 hopefuls urged to join Pro League clubs; TTFA president explains 

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has defended National Under-20 Team coach Brian Williams’ message to his players that they risk jeopardising their international careers if they did not join Pro League clubs. John-Williams, who is the owner of the W Connection Football Club, and Williams, who …

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Saints silence Speyside; Naps hold off San Juan

Naparima College and St Anthony’s College got off to triumphant starts in the truncated BG T&T/First Citizens Premier Division Big Four competition this evening with wins over San Juan North Secondary and Speyside Secondary. Naparima, the recently crowned SSFL Premier Division champion team, downed San Juan 2-0 in Bourg Mulattrasse …

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Tigers boost SSFL title hopes by relegating Chaguanas North

An Andrew Rullow hattrick kept St Anthony’s College’s title hopes alive for another 48 hours at least; but it was at the expense of Chaguanas North Secondary. The “Westmoorings Tigers” enjoyed a breezy afternoon on their home ground today as they mauled Chaguanas North 6-1 to remain within one point …

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Grosvenor: Easy refs! St Anthony’s is not a dirty team

St Anthony’s College has played five SSFL Premier Division matches so far this season—since one result was given to them due to the poor state of the ground; the “Westmoorings Tigers” have received four red cards. Jared Flement and Andrew Rullow both received straight red cards for violent conduct while …

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