FORMER Sport Minister Brent Sancho and two former Central FC youth team coaches are all threatening court action over a dispute with regard to the youth football programme at the club.
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Police FC Under-13 players struck a pot of goals under the sunshine of last Sunday when they whipped Morvant Caledonia United 11-0 at the Maracas Recreation Ground in the final match-day of Round One in the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League.
The QPCC Under-11 football team got the 2017 Republic Bank National Youth League (RBNYL) off to a memorable start yesterday morning with an emphatic 5-1 win over a Trendsetter Hawks outfit, as the North Zone kicked off the proceedings at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain.
Keon Boney snatched the winner as his side, North East Stars, rebounded from the first half deficit to defeat Flow Youth Pro League Under-17 leaders San Juan Jabloteh 2-1 at the San Juan North Secondary Ground on Sunday.
Justin Araujo Wilson banged in second hat-trick of the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League (YPL) last Sunday to put Defence Force at the top of the Under-15 standings with a 3-0 win over Central FC ahead of the Easter break.
The goals continued to flow on the second weekend of the 2017 Republic Bank National Youth League (RBNYL) at Constantine Park in Tunapuna. The young footballers in the East lit up the Macoya ground, Pinto United SC providing most of the early entertainment.
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona yesterday pitched his hopes for the development of national and regional football to FIFA president Gianni Infantino, during the latter's courtesy call on the Office of the President.
San Juan Jabloteh resumed play in the Flow Youth Pro League 2017 with a 12-0 hammering of cellar-placed Morvant Caledonia United in the Under-13 division last Sunday.
Jayden Moore struck the winner on Sunday to give Flow Youth Pro League 2017 Under-13 leaders Police FC a 3-2 win over Jabloteh, ending the San Juan side’s undefeated run while maintaining their perfectness at the top after five games.