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Jan-Michael Williams (Pt 2): The ups and downs—Hart, DJW, W Connection, Central FC and ‘Tallest’

HFX Wanderers goalkeeper coach and former Trinidad and Tobago international stand-out and three-time Gold Cup custodian Jan-Michael Williams lifts the lid on the impact of ex-TTFA president David John-Williams on the Soca Warriors, his controversial W Connection exit, premature international retirement, and THAT injury against Honduras which caused a split …

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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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‘I will be back!’ ‘Ball Pest’ Cummings on his football education, silencing Mexico, and his international exile

“I will be back on the pitch soon,” said Terminix La Horquetta Rangers playmaker and ex-Trinidad and Tobago international star Keron ‘Ball Pest’ Cummings. “So I hope Mr [Angus] Eve keeps a place open for me!” Cummings was not among the 60 players selected by Men’s National Senior Team interim …

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‘Smooth operator’, ’down to earth’, ‘loved to talk’, ‘a thinking footballer’: Remembering Clyde Leon

“[…] We were on a water break and he turned to me and said: ‘I’m not getting dropped from this team.’ I was wondering, who is this dude?” “[…] I remember at Jan-Michael Williams’ wedding reception when you’re thinking it was not an ideal situation for much talk—because of the …

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“A loyal and humble servant to football”; ex-T&T player and coach, Clyde Leon, dies at 37

Former Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team player and national youth team coach Clyde Leon passed away last night following a heart attack, according to a press statement from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). He was 37 years old. Leon, who played as a deep-lying midfielder, made …

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