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Flying under the radar coming into the 2015 Gold Cup, Trinidad and Tobago have a decent draw and solid chance of progressing to the knockout stage once again this tournament. The question is whether this squad, composed of a mix of veterans with European experience and young up-and-comers on this side of the Atlantic, will have what it takes to get the better of Guatemala and Cuba and turn some heads this summer.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team will depart Piarco International Airport at 12:30pm on Wednesday destined for Fort Lauderdale for a six-day training camp before their opening CONCACAF Gold Cup match against Guatemala on July 9th.

Head Coach Zoran Vranes and his players had something to finally smile about as they pulled off a moral boosting 5-0 victory over hosts Puerto Rico in their final Caribbean Football Union Olympic Qualifier at the Juan Ramon Louriel Stadium, Bayamon on Monday night.

It wasn’t the outcome the Trinidad & Tobago U-23 National Team had hoped for heading into Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Olympic qualifying. But one of the few bright spots for T&T’s U-23 side during the tournament was the play of T2 forward Rundell Winchester.

Ricardo John, a rising sophomore on the Virginia Tech men’s soccer team, recently wrapped up summer competition with the Trinidad and Tobago U-23 National Team. In the team’s last match, John scored a pair of goals in a 5-0 win over the host Puerto Ricans.

Defence Force striker and the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League’s all-time top scorer, Devorn Jorsling, has scored his last goal in the red, white and black strip.

Ramsgate have appointed former Burnley and Gillingham defender Ian Cox as their head coach.

There is a smile on Kevin Molino's face again, and that, in itself, is a sign of progress for the Orlando City midfielder.

Scorpions defender Julius James might not be the guy who gets his name in bright lights with goals and assists, but he is as important to the success of the team as those on whose boots goals are created. James' has seen it all in his years of playing soccer and he uses that experience to make himself and his teammates better.

It’s a decade and counting.

FRUSTRATED Chris Birchall accepted Port Vale's offer of a new contract, but then questioned the club's loyalty to him.

Barnet FC are delighted to announce the latest new arrival to The Hive in 25-year-old defender Gavin Hoyte, who has signed for the club on a two-year deal.

CNGC Rush and Petrotrin Oilers moved to the top of the six-team inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) standings on four points each after contrasting victories over Shanghai Construction Dragons and Wave FC respectively in a double-header at the Palo Seco Municipal Stadium, Palo Seco on Saturday.

Veterans win Challenge

St Lucia’s Veterans brought the curtain down on the 2015 Guinness Street Football Challenge in fine style when they whipped Barbados 4-1 to be crowned regional champions at the Waterfront in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday.

Odds stacked against T&T Clubs.

Both Trinidad and Tobago Professional League clubs W Connection and Central FC were hit with a jaw dropping fixture when the CCL fixtures came out today revealing that both teams will play it's first two games away from home.

Several teams had enterprising starts on Day One at the regional finals of the 2015 Guinness Street Football Challenge in Jamaica on Saturday, to set up what should be an interesting Day Two of competition.

RECENTLY promoted TT Pro League team, Club Sando, had a positive start to their pre-season campaign as they played host to a special “Feed the Homeless” drive in the squad’s hometown at Harris Promenade, San Fernando, yesterday.

A Patrice Campbell master class was enough to give St Augustine FC a comfortable 2-0 win over the National Under-17 team at Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua on Saturday in Women’s League Football (WoLF) action.

Trinidad and Tobago's senior women's team head coach Ross Russell said his team will be ready to contest the upcoming Pan American Games and he is expecting them to give a strong showing in Toronto, Canada.

NATIONAL female footballer and Women’s Premier League (WPL) standout, Akheela Mollon, has called on Trinidad and Tobago to “put down the guns” after escaping a hail of bullets in a shootout between rival gangsters in her hometown of Longdenville on Tuesday night.

Trinidad and Tobago’s women footballers are still pleading for assistance, just few months after they marginally failed to qualify last December for the Women’s World Cup, currently taking place in Canada.

I dodged bullets.

AKHEELA MOLLON, 30, one of Trinidad and Tobago’s leading women footballers was yesterday thanking God Almighty for sparing her life as she literally dodged bullets after unwittingly driving into a shootout between rival gangsters in Longdenville, central Trinidad on Tuesday night.

Sancho girls drummed.

Playing in their first game since December 2014, T&T's Women Senior team recored an impressive 9-2 victory over a Women’s Premier League XI at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

"If we had qualified, it would have been a Disney movie." It was the Cinderella story that everybody wanted to see happen.

FC Dallas Youth Affiliates and Elite Cub National League coach Ben Waldrum could be in Canada right now as an assistant coach preparing the “Cinderella” team, Trinidad and Tobago, for the Women’s World Cup. Unfortunately, a 1-0 loss in the second leg of a home-and-home with Ecuador kept the story that could have been from happening.

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Financial difficulties have proven to be the determining factor as top T&T Pro League club San Juan Jabloteh has opted out of local football, at the men’s and women’s levels, with immediate effect. Chairman of Jabloteh Sports Club Jerry Hospedales stated, “the club would suspend immediately all operations relating to its senior football, after having closed earlier, its women’s football and youth clinic activities.” Hospedales pointed out that the decision was taken today “in the context of its financial constraints, to restructure its operations to bring its revenue streams into approximate balance with its expenditure profile.” “Moreover, the only stable source of finance, that from the Ministry of Sport and the Sports Company of T&T, has turned out to be less than stable.

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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.

THE 2015 Trinidad and Tobago Futsal League commences at the Central Regional Indoor Sporting Arena, Chaguanas, from 7 pm today, and will feature some of the nation’s quickest feet vying for local honours.