Home / Tag Archives: One on one

Tag Archives: One on one

“It was heart-breaking!” Maylee opens up about Morace, Shabazz, DJW and T&T’s disastrous W/Cup campaign

In 2018, two Caribbean teams qualified for FIFA World Cup tournaments for the first time. Neither were Trinidad and Tobago. Haiti booked their place for the France 2018 Women’s Under-20 World Cup—after finishing third at the Concacaf tournament hosted right here in Couva—while Jamaica qualified for the senior 2019 World …

Read More »

‘If your foot fails you, have something to fall back on!’ One on one with P-ville’s Jasandra Joseph

“I always tell players who are going to school as well to keep focus and always try to balance both football and your academics; both things go hand in hand. I always tell them if your foot fails you, you would have something to fall back on, meaning academics.” Pleasantville …

Read More »

QRC’s little giant; one on one with T&T U-20 captain John-Paul Rochford

It’s not the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog. So said Trinidad and Tobago National Under-20 Team captain and Queen’s Royal College playmaker John-Paul Rochford, as he spoke about his approach to football and life. The five foot six midfielder …

Read More »

“I want to be a complete attacker!” One-on-One with Naparima’s Mark Ramdeen

Mark Ramdeen, a Lower Six Form student at Naparima College, stands at five foot two and splits his focus this term between his school’s Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division title chase and Trinidad and Tobago’s push for a Poland 2019 Under-20 World Cup place. The jovial, soft-spoken “Marky”, …

Read More »

One-on-one with Elair Brewster: San Juan North ‘Iron’ man hunts a title

Serious, straightforward and focussed, San Juan North midfielder Elair Brewster says football is his life and the thing he is most passionate about. The 19-year old is a man of few words; and is all about getting the job done. He spoke one on one to Wired868 about the ongoing …

Read More »

One-on-One with Jordan Riley: “J-man” hopes to hit the right note for “Pres Lions”

Jordan “J-man” Riley, who plays on the right wing for defending Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division champions, Presentation College (San Fernando), believes consistency and persistence will be key to his school defending their title this season. The talented five-foot-three player with lightening feet and top dribbling and crossing …

Read More »