Seattle Sounders left back Joevin Jones returned to training on Thursday after leaving the club for personal reasons on Aug. 22 and joining the Trinidad and Tobago national team ahead of 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
One of Louisville City FC’s most important players gets only a few touches of the ball per game — and that’s how the club prefers it.
Left back Joevin Jones has left the Sounders without authorization to play for the Trinidad and Tobago national team in upcoming World Cup qualifiers, multiple sources confirmed Tuesday. The move by Jones means the Sounders will be without one of their top players for games Wednesday at Vancouver and Sunday against visiting Portland.
Dwight Yorke’s football career is undoubtedly most famous for his part in Manchester United’s Treble Win. But outside of that, the striker is most known for a relationship with Jordan (no, not the country, but the one with the boobs) and for saying how great he’d be as Aston Villa Manager.
In his second start since winning the goalkeeping job back from Tim Dobrowolski, Louisville City FC’s Greg Ranjitsingh looked Sunday as if he’d never left between the posts.
Goalkeeper Montel Joseph has been added to Bostik League Premier club Hendon`s squad following some impressive performances during pre-season.
Trinidad and Tobago international defender Carlyle Mitchell scored a brace to give his new team Kingfisher East Bengal a 2-0 victory over Calcutta Customs in the Kolkata Premier League.
The dust is still very much settling around the revelation that Joevin Jones had unexpectedly skipped town in order to join the Trinidad & Tobago national team a full week ahead of the FIFA international break. While we still don’t know how this is going to shake out or what, exactly, Jones was trying to accomplish, we now have a better picture of what the potential outcomes are.
On this week’s edition of We Are TFC II, we sit down with forward Ricardo John.