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‘Significant and humbling!’ Newcastle poised to grant Hislop keys to the city for anti-racism work

Former Trinidad and Tobago international and Newcastle United goalkeeper Shaka Hislop is prominent on the Wednesday 2 March agenda of the Newcastle City Council as the executive will vote on presenting Hislop with the keys to their city for his anti-racism work. Hislop, who turned 53 on Tuesday, joined Newcastle …

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He loved sport, helping people, jazz, and corn beef… Remembering ‘Tony’ Harford

“[…] ‘Tony’ Harford was a person who loved his sport. He was a person who loved people, he loved to help people.  “Basically his life was about those two things…” Former Northern Football Association (NFA) president, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) board member, veteran media anchor and radio presenter, …

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B&B Ep 18: Jan-Michael Williams (Pt 1): My path to the number one shirt

HFX Wanderers goalkeeper coach and ex-Trinidad and Tobago international stand-out and three-time Gold Cup custodian Jan-Michael Williams talks to Burdie and Barney about tough lessons at the 2001 U-17 World Cup, racism in Hungary, and the mental, physical and psychological preparation necessary to become a high level international footballer. Subscribe …

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Flashback: 2006 W/Cup star Shaka Hislop: ‘It’s hard for me to say how I’d want to be remembered…’

The following article, written by Lasana Liburd, was first published in the Trinidad Express on 15 February 2007: For arguably the first time since Brazilian football legend, Pelé, put on a New York Cosmos shirt, the United States has turned its attention towards its own domestic league—after news that England …

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