A year ago, Joevin Jones was cleaning out his locker with Major League Soccer's worst team — the Chicago Fire.
Last season, Midfielder Kevin Molino had his season cut short after tearing his ACL in May 2015. He was limited to just seven games in Orlando City’s inaugural MLS season, but Molino wasn’t satisfied with that. During his recovery, Molino worked harder than ever. He kept with training throughout the entire offseason, making sure he increased his fitness levels to their maximum potential. Now, at the end of the 2016 season, Molino is a finalist for the MLS Comeback Player of the Year Award.
Kevan George moved to the Decatur area from his native Trinidad and Tobago at a young age. He started playing for Concorde Fire and made the Georgia ODP team quickly. His strong youth career led him to the University of Central Florida where he was a multiple time All-Conference selection.
There was an impressive list of legends on display as the Arsenal All Stars took on Milan Glorie in an August Emirates fund-raiser.
If you’re a Villa fan you might have mixed emotions about the Dwight Yorke, the Trinidad and Tobago international that played 232 matches, scoring 73 goals overall.
Even in the aftermath of Joevin Jones’ finest performance as a Sounder, one of his teammates wondered whether he wasn’t still holding something back.
Shocking was the word Orlando City coach Jason Kreis used while describing his initial reaction to news of Kevin Molino's release from the Trinidad and Tobago national team due to reportedly sneaking out of camp and going to a nightclub.
Trinidad & Tobago midfielder Khaleem Hyland has admitted to Voetbal Niews that his failed moved to Celtic left him in tears.
Belgium-based midfielder Khaleem Hyland is satisfied with the manner in which his club KVC Westerlo has progressed after nine matches in the Belgium First Division. Westerlo are in 14th place on the 16-team table but are coming off a 2-1 victory over second placed Anderlecht last week.