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While a casual observer will glance at the current conflict between myself and Minister of Sport, Brent Sancho and chalk it up as being a byproduct of a bitter political season, the real reasons behind the clash are far different from what has been offered by those who claim to know. Therefore and for the sake of our football, it is important that supporters of the national football teams and our own national program players and coaches know the reasons behind the current conflict.

Trinidad and Tobago pair Joevin Jones and Kenwye Jones, along with four Jamaicans, were named in the Best XI from the recent CONCACAF Gold Cup which were selected by the American Fox Sports network.

Sport Minister Brent Sancho has accused Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president Raymond Tim Kee and, by extension, the opposition PNM party of using national football players as political pawns, as the ill-will between the two bodies appeared to reach a new low in midweek.

Former T&T defender Dennis Lawrence believes there is still a market for local players in the United Kingdom despite the decline of players from this country in the Leagues there over the past few years.

Former England youth international John Bostock could be among a possible influx of new European and North American based talent added to the Soca Warriors squad ahead of the kick-off of the Concacaf World Cup qualifiers for Russia 2018, which begins on November 13.

“I would not  have done anything differently (if I had to do it again),” Trinidad and Tobago football scout and unregistered agent Dion Sosa told Wired868. “I made a decision (to leave some players behind) based on the resources that I had in London.

Andre Boucaud has been named the new captain of Dagenham while fellow midfielder Matt Richards has joined the club on a one-year contract.

NorthEast United FC on Saturday terminated the contract of former Liverpool and Fulham player Tony Warner, who was announced as a player-cum-goalkeeping coach for the second edition of the Indian Super League football tournament.

Sheffield Wednesday are willing to push the boat out to sign Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones, according to reports.

Kenwyne Jones remains a "big part" of Cardiff City's plans, according to manager Russell Slade.

Fresh from inspiring his native Trinidad & Tobago to the brink of a Gold Cup semifinal, the Chicago Fire’s Joevin Jones is keen to keep his own momentum going and help turn around the Men in Red’s season.

The Richmond Kickers are pleased to announce the addition of defender Uriah Bentick for the remainder of the 2015 season.  Bentick will be available for selection when the Kickers take on New York Red Bulls II at Red Bull Arena on Saturday, July 25.

Claudia Saucedo was the heroine as she netted with eight minutes left on the clock to earn 94.1FM Boom Champions Fuego a hard fought 2–2 draw with CNGC Rush and with it, the title on goal-difference from Chancellor Angels when the inaugural six-team Women’s Premier League climaxed on Thursday night.

In the third round of the Tobago Football Association, Premier league, D’ Lime Bar Goal City scored a convincing 5-1 win over Bethel United at the Moriah Recreational ground in Premier Division action in the Tobago Football Association (TFA) competition.

The inaugural Women’s Professional League (WPL), the brainchild of Sport Minister Brent Sancho, looks set for a farcical finish this week with understaffed teams and crammed fixtures, as organisers try to wrap up the competition by Thursday July 30.

The inaugural season of the six-team Women’s Premier League, the brain-child of Minister of Sport and former national footballer, Brent Sancho, will come to a fitting climax today at the St James Police Barracks Training Ground, Western Main Road, St James, with three clubs still in the hunt for the coveted title.

The Chancellor Angels moved a step closer to clinching the inaugural Women’s Premier League title Tuesday night as they toiled to a hard-fought 2-1 win over CNGC Rush at the Orange Grove Savannah.

Petrotrin Palo Seco moved to the top of the National Super League on Sunday, when they registered their second straight win in the competition this year, after a 3-1 victory over Siparia Spurs. Their win saw them replace WASA FC, who lost ground when they were upset at home 1-0 by Police in St Joseph.

Trinidad and Tobago Under 20 Women’s player Maya Matouk  is firm on the belief that she and her teammates have not accomplished anything and must remained focused on the task at their feet. And that entails maintaining their team bond and improving as a unit as they move on to the Caribbean Football Union Under 20 Women’s Championship in Haiti in October.

Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 20 Women’s team pulled off their second straight win in convincing fashion as they topped Dominica 6-0 at Victoria Park in St Vincent/Grenadines on Tuesday evening.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Women’s Team got their Caribbean Football Union World Qualifying campaign off to a winning start with a 2-0 victory over hosts St Vincent/Grenadines at Victoria Park on Sunday.

The Trinidad and Tobago Women's Under-20 team begin their World Cup quest today in St Vincent.

LAST FRIDAY’S fund-raising double-header in aid of the National Under-17 Women’s football squad was a success, according to Anthony Harford of All Sports Promotions, who organised the event.

KENNYA CORDNER, the national women’s footballer, and team captain Maylee Attin-Johnson will both miss the remainder of the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) after they both underwent knee operations in Canada recently.

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Wednesday, 02 August 1967

Trinidad & Tobago earns a bronze medal at the Pan American games in Winnipeg, Canada after defeating Canada 4-1.

T&T Team
Goalkeepers: Lincoln Phillips, Jean Mouttet
Defenders: Selwyn Murren, Bertram Grell, Tyrone de La Bastide, Hugh Mulzac
Midfielders: Victor Gamaldo, Sedley Joseph
Forwards: Alvin Corneal, Kelvin Berassa, Gerry Brown, Andy Aleong
Reserves: Pat Small, Arnim David, Richard Stewart.

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National beach soccer goalkeeper, Zane Coker, is carded to make his debut for Suzuki Swiss Beach Soccer League outfit, BSC Bienne Hatchets, today, in the club’s last match before the league takes a break for this month’s FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

Tigers and Jaguars will contest the final of the National Futsal League at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas on Friday July 24.