He was being strangled by the red tape of government bureaucracy, a result of war in Iraq and tighter restrictions put in place by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security after Sept. 11. Canadian-born Rick Titus signed a contract with the Battery on March 12, but didn't get clearance to enter the United States until this week.
Trinidad and Tobago strike duo, Jason Scotland and Devon Mitchell, are on trial with Scottish Premier League club Dundee United, team of former T&T skipper Russell Latapy.
THE fight to combat racism at this season's football matches owes much to a giveaway from a man who is paid to save.
The Charleston Battery has agreed to terms with two more players for the 2003 A-League season. 2001 A-League Defender of the Year, Rick Titus joins the Battery from Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids. Jamar Beasley comes to the Battery from Italian side, Puteolana; prior to Puteolana Beasley played for four years in Major League Soccer.