St Ann's Rangers. 
Formerly known as Superstar Rangers.

Possible Starters: 
Johnny Cardona  - GK Milton Gomez - D Christon Thomas  - D Corneal Thomas - D
Marc Borde - D Keon Edwards - M Milton Gomez - M Arnold Ferguson - M
Josmir Belgrave - M Abiola Clearance - F Joseph Peters - F


30-Jun-2008 St Ann's outfit tie Connection.
20-Apr-2008 Jabloteh too good for Rangers.
13-Feb-2008 La Foucade takes over as Rangers coach.
12-Feb-2008 New name for Superstar Rangers.
05-Nov-2007 Superstar Rangers player Cooper shot dead.
03-Oct-2007 W Connection ease past Rangers.
22-Sept-2007 Jabloteh takes revenge on Rangers.
05-Sep-2007 Mc Farlane heads back to Lebanon.
02-Sep-2007 Superstar Rangers shock Jabloteh.
31-Aug-2007 Jemmott sent packing by Superstar Rangers.
26-Aug-2007 Rangers trounce Tobago United.
12-Aug-2007 Superstar Rangers just cant get it right.
29-Jul-2007 Superstar Rangers dim 'Stars' light.
22-Jul-2007 Jabloteh keep advantage with win over Rangers.
01-Jul-2007 Baptiste double-up on Rangers.
27-May-2007 Connection shoot down Rangers in Pro-Bowl final.
20-May-2007 Jemmott strike ends Army hopes.
17-Apr-2007 Mc Farlene hat-trick power past Tobago.
15-Apr-2007 Rangers off to flying start in league opener.
09-Feb-2007 Clayton Morris joins Rangers staff.
21-Dec-2006 More football to come from Rangers.
29-Nov-2006 Williams double as Rangers surprise Stars.
26-Nov-2006 Public stay top with slim win over Rangers.
19-Nov-2006 W Connection slip pass Rangers.
12-Nov-2006 Jabloteh take down Rangers in Big Six.
10-Nov-2006 Overwhelmed Rangers collapse in Cup final.
05-Nov-2006 Petrotrin blow pass Rangers in Toyota Cup final.
28-Oct-2006 Superstar Rangers in Toyota cup final.
21-Oct-2006 Under-dogs prevail in Toyota Classic.
20-Sept-2006 Mc Farlane double punishes ‘Grande Stars'
13-Sept-2006 Caledonia AIA edge Rangers.
10-Sept-2006 Rangers hold down Lions.
26-Jul-2006 Rangers dim Stars light.
10-May-2006 Rangers march on into Pro Bowl quarters.
20-Apr-2006 Wolfe leads Jabloteh past Rangers 4-1.
10-Apr-2006 Jabloteh, Rangers, J.Public post victories.
28-Mar-2006 S.Rangers bubbling with enthusiasm.
27-Mar-2006 Superstar Rangers looking for $600,000.
25-Mar-2006 Strikers, Rangers accepted to Pro League.

02-Mar-2006 - Superstar Rangers is bidding to be accepted into top flight football —  the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League which kicks off April 8. This decision was made in the midst of the recent Carnival celebrations. ... More.

21-Oct-2005 - Superstar Rangers recorded its biggest win in the National Sportworld Super League season, by trouncing Media 21 by eight goals to one on Wednesday, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. ... More.

21-Jul-2005 - Superstar Rangers recovered from their three-match winless streak with a 2-0 victory over Police in their Sportworld National Super League match at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella. ... More

30-Jun-2005 - Superstar Rangers and Police won their Sportworld Super League fifth round matches yesterday to keep things tight at the top of the standings. ... More

23-Jun-2005 - Akudo Goodridge hit four goals as Superstar Rangers FC continued to take full points with a 6-2 drubbing of Tobago’s Stokely Vale FC in round three of matches in the Sportworld National Super League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium yesterday. ... More

01-Apr-2005 - Superstar Rangers owner Richard Fakoory is calling for an end to the financial domination of large football clubs in local football. ... More

Richard Fakoory.

Nahous Complex
Boundary Road
San Juan
Trinidad, WI
Phone: 868-675-4443
Fax:   868-674-9718

Partner Clubs.

Atletico Paranaense.
FC Dallas.

Richard Piper.

Anthony Streete.

Director of Youth Programmes:
Clayton Morris.

Clayton Morris.
Melvin "Gamba" Morris.

Johnny Ortiz Cardona - Colombia.
Shane Mattis - Jamaica.

Colin Roberts.
Christon Thomas.
Corneal Thomas.
Dean Pacheco.
Jason Eastman.
Kerwin Cooper - RIP.
Mario Asoon.
Marvin James.
Michael Brown.
Rafer Ross.
Troy Jeffers
- St Vincent.

Arnold Ferguson.
Josmir Belgrave.
Jason Charles.
Kevin Williams.
Keon Edwards.
Kitwana Abosi.
Marc Borde.
Milton Gomez - Colombia.
Ricky Charles - Grenada.

Terryson Lewis.
Todd Ryan.

Akiel Glasgow.
Abiola Clearance.
Don Morris.
Devon Modeste.
Ijana Mark.
Joseph Peters.
Marlon Bowen.
Shem McFarlane.

North  - Trinidad.

Team Photos:
Coming Soon.

PFL Teams Standings & Scorers:
Click Here.

Last PFL/Big Six Game Played:
01-Jul- 08 - Ma Pau SC  1  1  St Ann's Rangers.

Home Field:
Hasley Crawford Stadium - North Trinidad/ Seating: 26,000.

This existing stadium has been appraised by the FIFA inspection team as being in creditable condition, with only some improvements being deemed necessary for the competition. Situated to the west of the island, in close proximity to Port of Spain, it overlooks the Gulf of Paria creating a truly refreshing and unique atmosphere for this sport. Built in 1982, and named after the first Olympic gold medallist in this country, Hasely Crawford, this stadium is the premier location for football and athletic meets. It has been the site of many memorable moments in our sporting history and, as such, has been chosen as the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies as well as the final of the FIFA under 17 Youth World Cup.

PHOTO SHOWS: Superstar Rangers (red) vs Caledonia AIA (Jul-2006) - By: Joel Villafana.


1.  2006 PFL Game: 25-Jul-06.
Larry Gomes Stadium
Superstar Rangers 3 v 1 North East Stars.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Akiel Glasgow 4th, Josimar Belgrave 74th, 85th.

2.  2006 PFL Game: 06-Aug-06.
Larry Gomes Stadium
Superstar Rangers 2 v 1 Defence Force.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Milton Gomez 36th, Errol McFarlene 75th-pen.

3.  2006 PFL Game: 19-Sept-06.
Larry Gomes Stadium
Superstar Rangers 4 v 1 North East Stars.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Sean Christmas 18th, Errol McFarlane 56th, 89th, Jason Eastman 63rd.

4.  2006 Toyota Classic: 27-Oct-06.
Mannie Ramjohn Stadium
Superstar Rangers 1 v 1 Defence Force.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Errol Mc Farlane 58th.
Scorers after penalties (8-7 win).
Milton Gomez, Kerwin Jemmott, Ricardo Aleong, Don Morris, Errol McFarlane, Lorne Joseph, Rafer Ross, Marlon Bowen.

5. PFL Game - 14-Apr-2007:
Hasley Crawford Stadium.
Superstar Rangers 4 v 1 Police FC.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Devon Modeste 41st, Marc Borde 53rd, Shem McFarlane 76th, Errol McFarlane 79th.

6. Pro Bowl Game - 18-May-2007:
Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.
Superstar Rangers 1 v 0 Defence Force.
Superstar Rangers - SCORER:
Kerwin Jemmott 4th.

6. Pro League Game - 01-Sept-2007:
Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Superstar Rangers 4 v 0 San Juan Jabloteh.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Devon Modeste 45th, Errol Mc Farlane 62nd-pen, Sayid Freitas 88th, Abiola Clarence 89th.

7. Pro League Game - 03-May-2008:
Dwight Yorke Stadium.
St Ann's Rangers 5 v 1 Tobago United.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Keon Edwards 5th, Josimar Belgrave 19th, 33rd, 49th-pen, 90th.

8. Pro League Game - 20-May-2008:
Marvin Lee Stadium.
St Ann's Rangers 3 v 0 Joe Public.
Superstar Rangers - SCORERS:
Joseph Peters 26th, Josimar Belgrave 44th, 50th.

T&T’s Superstar Rangers battle Benfica for $9M.

By: Francis Joseph - T&T Newsday Reports.
06-Dec-2004 - Superstar Rangers, one of the premier football clubs in Trinidad, goes to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland today, hoping to convince the three-member arbitration panel that Portuguese powerhouse Sport Lisboa e Benfica owe them more than $9.4 million for the transfer of a player more than five years ago. According to Rangers’ manager Richard Fakoory, this is the final hurdle for his club to seek redress after FIFA, the world governing body for the sport found that Benfica had no obligation to pay the transfer fee to Rangers. The dispute started in 1999 when Rangers signed up Alejandro Cichero, a promising Venezuelan player.
According to Fakoory, Ciche-ro was not yet a member of the Venezuelan national team, but exhibited a style of football which was attractive to his club. “We brought this guy over to Trinidad to play for us,” Fakoory added when Newsday spoke with him last week. A football scout came to Trinidad and saw Cichero and immediately arranged for him to undergo trials with Benfica in Portugal. And according to Fakoory, there was an agreement that once Benfica decided to keep Cichero, the Portuguese club will pay the transfer fee of US$1.5 million. Fakoory said when the time came for payment sometime in March 2001, Benfica reneged, claiming there was no agreement and therefore no money was due to the Trinidad and Tobago club.
When talks broke down between the parties, Rangers took the matter to FIFA. After hearing submissions from both sides, FIFA ruled against Rangers. Fakoory said his club decided to appeal to the highest legal forum for sport —the Court of Arbitration for Sport based in Geneva. “It has now reached the arbitration stage and we are hoping that they will see things our way,” Fakoory added. Three arbitrators have assembled in Geneva for today’s hearing. They are Urich Haas of Germany, Om Lalla, of Trinidad, and Olivier Carrard, of Switzerland. Fakoory has also turned to Portuguese lawyers to fight his legal battles. The team will be headed by the very experienced Dr Silva Cordeiro.
But Fakoory will not be in Geneva today for the hearing, preferring to leave it to his lawyers to convince the CAS members that Rangers should be paid the transfer fee. Cichero who has been at the centre of this controversy, is no longer playing with Benfica. He plies his trade in Italy, and is now a member of the Venezue-lan World Cup team. Trinidadian Om Lalla was appointed to CAS last year and is a member of a team of a number of eminent, internationally renowned lawyers with special expertise in sports-related matters. Lalla is the first Trinidadian to occupy a seat on CAS in the 20-year history of the organisation.

Superstar Rangers, Connection battle for second place.

By: Gregory Trujillo - T&T Guardian Newspapers.
16-Sept-2004 - With Joe Public already assured of the National Super Football League title, last year’s champion team L-Sporto Crab Connection and Superstar Rangers are locked in a tussle for the runner-up spot.
The “Crab” team strengthened its effort in a bid to to finish behind the “Eastern Lions” by edging Carib 3-2 at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima.
Rangers, the most improved team in the second round, killed the chances of Police, chalking up a 2-1 win over the cops at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium.
After Tuesday’s round of matches, Joe Public, who whipped Maraval Youth Academy 3-0 at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya, Tunapuna, held an unbeatable total of 65 points with two matches remaining.
Crab Connection pushed their total to 51 points while the Rangers footballers, with a match in hand, have 43 points.
The “Crab” victory over Carib came through an 87th-minute goal from Kevin Baptiste.
Police stood a chance of earning a point against Rangers, until Lorne Joseph grabbed the match-winner in the 84th minute.
M&M Harvard replaced “Crab” as the team, scoring the biggest victory of the season, with a 16-0 mauling of cellar-placed Moruga at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
In the victory that bettered the 13-2 win by Crab Connection over Club Sando last month, Harvard got four goals from Christon Freitas, three each from Kendell Baptiste, Gabriel St John and Ahkeel Laurie, two from Ricardo Aleong and one from Damian Frazer.
In other matches, Tobago sides Biwater Stokely Vale and Angostura 1976 FC Phoenix defeated Medianet ESJ United 2-1 and Wasa Clean and White 6-0.

Tuesday’s Results:

Biwater Stokely Vale 2 (Devon Leacock 13th; Michael Carrington 74th) v Medianet E. San Juan Utd 1 (Brent Edwards 45th).

Angostura 1976 FC Phonix 6 (Dominique Kerr 47th, 85th; Kevin Keith 50th; Trevor Henry 64th; Kayode Legall 79th; Curtis Trim 88th) v Wasa Clean & Wwite 0.

M&M Harvard 16 (Christon Freitas 68th, 73rd, 76th, 88th; Kendell Baptiste 9th, 11th, 36th; Gabriel St John 76th, 81st, 84th; Ahkeel Laurie 18th, 42nd, 43rd; Ricardo Aleong 31st, 57th; Damian Frezer 39th) v Moruga 0.

Police 1 (Grayson Edwards 71st) v Superstar Rangers 2 (Josimar Belgrave 62nd, Lorne Joseph 84th).

L-Sporto Connection 3 (Kevin Baptiste 42nd, 87th; Kirston Graham 7th) v Carib 2 (Billydee Santlebury 21st; Aaron Raper 50th).

Joe Public 3 (Carlington Smith 11th; Nigel Hart 37th; Wolrey Wolfe 89th) v Maraval Youth Academy 0.

Plipdeco Caroni v Club Sando — postponed.

Latest Standings:

TEAMS - P W D L F A Pts.

Joe Public 24 21 2 1 89 16 65
L-Sporto Connection 24 16 3 5 79 36 51
Superstar Rangers 23 13 4 6 51 31 43
Police 24 13 4 7 50 33 43
Stokely Vale 23 11 7 5 56 36 40
Phoenix 23 10 4 9 54 45 34
WASA 23 10 3 10 52 60 33
Caroni 23 9 5 9 41 33 32
Medianet ESJ Utd 24 8 3 13 43 53 27
Harvard 23 7 3 13 53 54 24
Maraval YA 23 6 5 12 31 48 23
Club Sando 22 6 2 14 34 75 20
Carib 23 4 3 16 43 76 15
Moruga 23 4 2 18 23 100 14

Superstar Rangers beaten 3-2 in England.

TnT Guardian Reports.
15-Apr-2003 - Superstar Rangers efforts to make a winning start to its English tour failed after it was outplayed 3-2 by Northampton Town in an Under-17 match at Sixfields Stadium yesterday.
With a second match carded against Wrexham today, the St Ann’s-based outfit left a good impression following its first showing.
The first half was evenly contested with the visitors showing no signs of nerves despite playing its first match outside the Caribbean as a team.
The Josimar Belgrave-led team attracted over 300 fans which it did not disappoint in their 90-minute skills exchange, as the first half ended goalless.
However, with less than half a minute following the restart, Northampton countered and George Ngobi went free on the left to lob the advancing T&T national Under-17 goalkeeper Thorne Holder for a 1-0 lead.
Rangers responded seven minutes later, when a long pass was met by Aberdeen midway into Northampton’s half and the T&T Under-17 striker used his pace to outrun three defenders and neatly chipped past advancing goalkeeper Matthew Evans from the top of the box.
Aberdeen almost sent Rangers ahead in the 65th minute when substitute mid-fielder Kitwana Abosi played one through for him on the left and he again outran a couple of defenders but his shot was blocked by the ’keeper.
The introduction of Abosi, Terryson Lewis and Emmanuel Joseph added some spark to the Rangers’ attack and in the 69th minute when Abosi eluded several defenders before crossing and Belgrave hit home from near the penalty spot.
From right side corner, the lanky Craig Curtis latched on the ball and swung one home with his right foot past an outstretched Holder to tie the scores at 2-2.
The winner came seven minutes from full time when Ngobi knocked down for Curtis Shaw who made no mistake, slotting home from close range.



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