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Alajuelense release Boatswain after four months; agents discuss life for T&T players in Latin America

Trinidad and Tobago international forward Jamille Boatswain’s whirlwind move to the Costa Rica First Division lasted just four months. The former St Benedict’s College student and Defence Force and Point Fortin Civic poacher is on the lookout for a new opportunity after LD Alajuelense cut him from their roster today. …

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Lawrence: I’m 100 percent sure of myself! T&T coach on axed players, Stern, Sol and Qatar 2022

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team head coach Dennis Lawrence struck a bullish pose at today’s media conference at the National Cycling Centre in Couva, insisting that he had 100 percent confidence in his ability to steer the Soca Warriors towards success, despite a run of eight consecutive matches without …

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From paramedic to pro: Jamille Boatswain signs two-year deal with C/Rica’s Alajuelense

Trinidad and Tobago international striker Jamille “Balo” Boatswain has agreed a two-year deal with Costa Rica top flight club, LD Alajuelense, and hopes to fly to San José on Monday night to meet his new teammates for the first time. The only remaining obstacle is for Boatswain’s last Pro League club, Defence Force, to …

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Jan-Michael signs with Honduran outfit; C/Rica-bound Warriors bid to shake off USA defeat

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams will resume his professional career in Honduras after agreeing terms with Honduran top flight club, Juticalpa FC, on Friday—just hours after his solid showing in World Cup qualifying action against the United States. Williams, 32, had short stints in Belgium and …

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Mandeville knocks “Central cowards” for supposedly belittling Latapy in unsigned release

Russell Latapy’s business manager, Wayne Mandeville, has hit back at Pro League champions Central FC for their “cowardly” attack on the Trinidad and Tobago football icon, as both parties continue to trade words in a furore that started with a critical statement aimed at Sport Minister Darryl Smith. Last Friday, …

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