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Hydro Tech Guaya United will be hoping to cash-in on the $100,000 prize at stake for the winner of the Caribbean Football Trust League (CFTL) Cup Tournament when they clash with Prisons FC in the final from 7 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium tomorrow.

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Photo: Referee Hasely Collette (centre) plays peacemaker while then Guaya United captain Ryan Stewart (right) assesses the situation during 2015/16 CNG NSL Premiership Division action at Matura. ...(Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/Wired868)

Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) President and FC Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy may well find himself in hot water with the Disciplinary Committee of the TTSL. Worse, as a result of his verbal spat with referee Cecile Hinds on 5 November, he may find himself in trouble with the David John-Williams-headed Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).

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Captain of Guaya United Glenton Wolfe, holding trophy, celebrates with head coach Ron La Forest, second from left, and the rest of their team, following their 3-1 win over Prisons FC in the finals of the TTSL’s CFTL League Cup at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.

Guaya United is the champion club of the T&T Super League’s inaugural Caribbean Football Trust Limited (CFTL) League Cup competition following a riveting 3-1 win over Prisons F.C at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on Saturday night.

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Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy and his assistant Timothy Rochford will be asked to answer a number of questions by the Disciplinary Committee of the T&T Super League soon, after T&T’s FIFA referee Cecile Hinds yesterday filed a written complaint of verbal abuse by the duo at Sunday’s top of the table clash between Hydro Tech Guaya United and FC Santa Rosa at the Arima Velodrome.

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