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Caledonia’s Gay joins latest Pro League exodus

Caledonia AIA forward Jamal Gay is the latest Pro League player to complete a move abroad after the lanky 25-year-old attacker completed a loan move to Finland Premier League club, Rovaniemen Palloseura (RoPS), during the week. Gay, who represented Trinidad and Tobago at the US 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup and Egypt …

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Blood and blunders as Police and Caledonia climb standings

Three past and present Trinidad and Tobago internationals were ejected while a fourth left the Hasely Crawford Stadium with blood gushing from his nose in an eventful Pro League double header in Port of Spain yesterday. When the dust settled, Police FC and Caledonia AIA had most to feel pleased …

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Defence Force holds Connection; Caledonia edges Point Fortin

DIRECTV W Connection welcomed 21-year-old starlet Shahdon Winchester backed into its fold last night but was forced to settle for one point after a 1-1 draw against Defence Force at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain. Jerrel Britto, another 21-year-old, put Connection ahead in the 48th minute but Defence …

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Guns out: Guaya vows to attack Connection in FA quarters

The “Green Army” is readying its artillery. Guaya United coach Ron La Forest has vowed to attack DIRECTV W Connection with everything he has as the two outfits prepare to do battle again in a potentially thrilling TTFA FA Trophy quarterfinal contest on Wednesday December 4 from 3.30 pm in …

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Respect! Caledonia aims to make point against Comunicaciones

Caledonia AIA will be looking for respect at the Hasely Crawford Stadium from 8 pm tonight as the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League football club takes on top Guatemalan team, CSD Comunicaciones, in CONCACAF Champions League action. Anything but a win could leave one or both of tonight’s opponents on …

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Hart aims for knock-out from Warriors

New Trinidad and Tobago national coach Stephen Hart has set sights on a quarterfinal berth at the upcoming 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup as he officially announced his 23-man squad today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain. “The attitude of the players has been impressive,” Hart told the …

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Meet the Warriors: TTFA submits 35-man preliminary squad

Former Trinidad and Tobago co-head coaches Hutson “Barber” Charles and Jamaal Shabazz kept faith with the majority of its 2012 Caribbean Cup squad after selecting 18 players into their 35-man preliminary squad for next month’s CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament. Shabazz will not be with the team in the tournament, though, …

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Simply the best: Wired868’s Pro League All-Stars

The Trinidad and Tobago Pro League closes its 2012/13 season tonight when DIRECTV W Connection faces North East Stars in the Digicel Pro Bowl final from 8 pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. Wired868 says “see you soon” to the young men who made it a pleasure to …

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Caledonia edges Portmore in CONCACAF qualifier

Neal and Massy Caledonia AIA secured a scrappy 1-0 victory over Jamaican unit Portmore United in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League play-off yesterday evening at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. Tall, talented Trinidad and Tobago international striker Jamal Gay scored the lone goal with a header in the …

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Kids play: Teenagers star in exciting Pro League finale

Defence Force clinched the Digicel Pro League title with a game to spare last night but the army/coast guard combination had to share the spotlight with some teenaged upstarts at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Defence Force was trounced 4-0 by DIRECTV W Connection in the penultimate fixture of …

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Caledonia revives CONCACAF chances with Barracuda snack

Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA was again flat and sluggish this evening in its second CONCACAF Champions League qualifier at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Unlike Friday, though, the “Eastern Stallions” were not facing a team capable of exploiting their poor run of form. At the final whistle, Caledonia …

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