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Clayton Morris: The late Larry Joseph—teammate, friend, brother, father figure, mentor

“[…] There was something about Larry Joesph and goalkeepers—moreso the ones that seemed to have slack screws. Trintoc vs Alcons at the Arima Velodrome. Anton Corneal reminded me of a goal Larry scored, which he described as ‘pure brilliance’.  “Larry Joseph scored from in our half of the field with …

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Clayton Morris: ‘Larry Joseph always had the extra in him when the moment warranted it’

“[…] Larry Joseph demonstrated some of the most important skills in the game. Smooth as ever, effortlessly—as he alone did it—and effectively, as we loved seeing him on football field. He surely will be missed…” The following statement on the passing of former Strike Squad midfielder Larry Joseph was submitted to …

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“If it wasn’t so serious, it would be laughable!” Downer explains where Rigues went wrong

What was wrong with Jameson Rigues’ special meeting for Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) clubs on Saturday? Where to begin? Veteran football official and referees association vice-president Osmond Downer, one of the framers of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Constitution, has regularly been consulted on constitutional matters …

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Rigues tries to postpone election with Hadad’s help; TTSL board, electoral committee insist he must face polls

Interim Trinidad and Tobago Super League League (TTSL) president Jameson Rigues has attempted to unilaterally call off elections for the organisation, just two days before he is scheduled to face Clayton Morris in a virtual referendum. Rigues, the Guaya United manager, claimed that his action is supported by Fifa-appointed normalisation …

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‘Trinidad and Tobago football needs realists’; Clayton Morris throws hat in ring for TTSL presidency

“[…] There is a saying that: ‘The Pessimist complains about the wind; The Optimist expects it to change; but The Realist adjusts the sails’. “Trinidad and Tobago football is in need of realists—persons who want to serve and adjust for the betterment, enhancement and development of our young players: boys …

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