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Letter to Editor: How TTSL could revolutionise T&T football; and why you should care!

“For the first time, these clubs have the opportunity and the awesome responsibility of control over the administration, the politics and the finances of the competition in which they participate… “TTSL is, in conception and practice (so far) an example of grassroots, ‘coming from below’ football democracy. It comes from …

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Warriors’ evolution continues with goalless draw against New Zealand

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team’s evolution continued last night with a goalless draw against New Zealand at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. Not that it might have felt much like progress at the time. If half-dozen policemen had walked on to the field and started planting …

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Hart-felt plea: Back the Warriors!

Trinidad and Tobago senior team coach Stephen Hart has urged local football fans and patriots to show their support for the “Soca Warriors” as the national football team prepares for its first home match under his guidance and just the second for the year. The Warriors are expected to announce …

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Warriors hurt but aiming to build momentum

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team, minus its foreign-based contingent, is scheduled to return home at 8 pm tonight at the Piarco International Airport. Head coach Stephen Hart and director of football, Leo Beenhakker, will be among the group that disembarks at Piarco. The “Soca Warriors” were eliminated from …

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