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JACK WARNER was yesterday condemned by a High Court judge who said that the Independent Liberal Party political leader should be investigated by the Integrity Commission (IC).

Corey Howard will be rooting for two teams – Canada and Trinidad & Tobago – at this year’s Pan Am Games soccer tournament.

The Trinidad and Tobago National Senior and Under-20 Women Teams have started preparation for upcoming international football tournaments with no appointed head coach for either squad.

Miguel Ross, the younger brother of the late Marvin Lee, is now carrying on his brother’s legacy and is hoping to represent this country on the international stage.

Both T&T’s U-23 men and senior women have been grouped with some of the top countries in Comnebol and Concacaf for the football competitions of the 2015 Pan American Games, which runs from July 11-26 in Toronto, Canada.

TRINIDAD and Tobago youth team footballer Jabari Mitchell is setting his sights on earning a contract in Europe, in the near future.

Orlando City SC announced today that Midfielder Kevin Molino suffered a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in his right knee Saturday night during a friendly match against Brazilian Seria A club Ponte Preta.

Cardiff City have earned a huge £250,000 bonus thanks to Bournemouth’s incredible promotion to the Premier League.

English youth international defender Ryan Inniss has been offered a new extension to his contract by Crystal Palace. However, there also remains strong interest from Port Vale to sign the central defender to a long term contract with the player now on loan at the club.

The 33-year old striker believes that they should have decimated Bharat FC on Sunday evening had they taken their chances…

WHEN Russell Latapy phones to say that, yes, he’ll talk about Scottish Cup semi-final weekend – “Two days when I really can’t lose because three of my teams are playing” – your correspondent is in Edinburgh’s St Stephen Street and this seems apt indeed. Was it not right here, 14 years ago, that the wee man drove himself into the stout arms of the local constabulary and out of the cup final, having daundered along a one-way the wrong way?

Kenwyne Jones is the cover star of Matchday for the penultimate home game of the 2014/15 season.

St. Ann’s Rangers, thanks to some shabby goalkeeping on the opposite end, avoided a winless 2014-2015 Digicel Pro League season by defeating third placed finishers Defence Force 2-1 in the final match of the campaign on Friday in the first match of a Round Three Match Day Nine double header at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Zoran Vranes was more than happy to celebrate the Digicel Pro League 2014-2015 title with coach Terry Fenwick on Tuesday night but believes Central FC were already the champions when his England replacement took over last month, with three league matches left.

Given that former champions DIRECTV W Connection are still owed some $700,000 of last year’s prize money by the Digicel Pro League, Central FC would do well not to start spending newly-accumulated wealth as yet.

TERRY FENWICK, coach of Central FC, was pleased with the team’s capture of the 2014-2015 Digicel Pro League title.

Central FC clinched their maiden Digicel Pro League crown on Tuesday, in just their third season of existence, with a hard fought 2-1 comeback win over North East Stars at the Ato Boldon Stadium, which collapsed the final block of hope previously held by bitter Couva rivals W Connection, who had to settle for runners-up in the million-dollar race.

Devorn Jorsling wants to get back in the Trinidad and Tobago team for the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup. He also wants to beat Marcus Joseph to the award of top goalscorer of the soon to be concluded 2014-2015 Digicel Pro League season.

Having already tasted some success, the National Under-17 women are working hard at becoming the first Trinidad and Tobago women’s team to qualify for a FIFA World Cup.

National Women’s Under 17 team head coach Rajesh Latchoo says that the preparations for the 2016 FIFA Under 17 World Cup qualification is beginning to take shape.

Hoping to have secured a professional contract, Trinidad and Tobago’s Women’s Football Association 2014 Player of the Year, defender Arin King, was dealt with a blow after sustaining a torn meniscus injury and had to cut short her trial with NWSL team the Houston Dash.

Four months after the nation became captivated by the skill, perseverance and warrior spirit of a group of national footballers that came within a goal of qualifying for a World Cup, all seems to be lost.

“Whenever I had a ball at my feet nothing else in the world mattered, it was my escape. Now that I have grown older football has become my purpose, something I would do to clear my mind, something to put a smile on my face, on the faces of people of my country.”

I write in response to an article published in the newspapers on Tuesday where it was stated that Randy Waldrum will be retained as the Soca Princesses’ coach.

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Tuesday, 03 May 2011

Keon Daniel named in Team of the Week. The article described the talented midfielder as quick and skillful among other things. Quote - "The Trinidadian is not only quick and skillful. He showed poise and composure that has characterized the 2011 Union, especially when they were down a man." In last week edition of the SWO T&T's team of the week, Keon was also named on it. Keon is currently in his debut season in the MLS and after only 4 games with the Philadelphia Union under Polish coach Piotr Nowak, Daniel seems to be progressing at rapid rate.

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AFTER CAPTAINING the Trinidad and Tobago beach soccer team to fifth position at the CONCACAF qualifiers earlier this month, Ryan Augustine will make his much anticipated return in Brazil today, when he begins a three-week training regime with stalwart South American beach soccer clubs, Flamengo and Botafogo.

FUTSAL is the name of the game, as the sport event management company, SW Touring Limited, gets ready to host the third edition of the exciting sporting event Futsal Invitational. After a two-year ‘hiatus’, the biggest national futsal tournament returns.