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‘Content, pacified, domiciled and domesticated’; Nakhid knocks CFU president’s supposed ‘subservience’ to Concacaf

“[…] How can you, as president of an organisation that controls the  majority voting bloc in Concacaf, be content, pacified, domiciled and domesticated to the point that you grovel at the feet of your Concacaf bosses?” The following letter to the editor, in response to a Q&A with Caribbean Football …

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Mekeil and Powder are in, Curaçao are out, and Warriors test negative for Covid-19—despite night out

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team interim head coach Angus Eve has replaced injured midfielders Khaleem Hyland and Judah Garcia with a pair of United States-based defenders, Mekeil Williams and Noah Powder, for the group stage of the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup. The 30-year-old Williams, who has 30 national …

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Concacaf extends olive branch and fresh deadline, as TTFA-FIFA tussle enters slapstick territory

At 11.55am today, Concacaf offered an olive branch to the Soca Warriors. On Monday 28 September, Concacaf will hold its draw for the 2021 Gold Cup, which is its showcase tournament, and there will be a special arrangement for the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team. Yesterday, Fifa suspended …

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