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Pro League: ‘Lobo’ and Jomal star as Connection hit Central for six; Stars hold ‘Army’

W Connection established their credentials as 2018 Pro League title contenders yesterday evening, with an emphatic 6-1 win over Couva rivals, Central FC, at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. That result, coupled with a surprise draw between Defence Force and North East Stars, saw the “Savonetta Boys” leapfrog the …

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Pro League round-up: Jomal marks league return with goal, as Connection down Rangers

Trinidad and Tobago international midfielder Jomal Williams marked his return to the Pro League with a stoppage time goal yesterday evening, as W Connection downed St Ann’s Rangers 3-0  in a double header at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The result ensured that Connection started the league season on …

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Sport Ministry: Audits missing for W Connection and Pt Fortin; taxpayers spent $76 million on Pro League

The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs has identified W Connection and Point Fortin Civic as the two Pro League clubs who are yet to submit relevant information to the government—including audited financial statements—so as to make themselves eligible for funding. Minister Shamfa Cudjoe has so far refused to approve …

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TTFA AGM: DJW struggles to provide answers on Home of Football contracts and “sweetheart” i95.5FM deal

Mysterious construction contracts without Board approval, national football coaches operating without oversight and a secret “sweetheart deal” with i95.5FM were among the controversial revelations yesterday as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) held a marathon AGM at the Cycling Centre in Couva. There were roughly 45 delegates and board …

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Nathan, Theobald, Carlyle and Glen among 13 new short-term Central signings for Caribbean tourney

Central FC—now re-christened the ‘Hydrotech Central FC’—have undergone another revamp of their roster for the purpose of the Caribbean Club Championship. There are 13 new faces for the 2018 tournament, which serves as a qualifier for the CONCACAF Champions League and Second Tier League competitions. Former Trinidad and Tobago World …

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Connection lose to Haitians but confident of advancing in Caribbean competition; Central announce new sponsors

Trinidad and Tobago Pro League club W Connection FC will be fighting for their Caribbean Club Championship survival on Friday evening when they tackle Jamaica’s Arnett Gardens FC from 8pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Connection lost 0-1 to Haiti’s Real Hope Football Academy in Group A action …

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