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KERWYN “Hardest” Jemmott, a temperamental midfielder who was recently released by CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh, has now found favour with national football team’s head coach Bertille St Clair. According to sources close to the TT set-up, the 26-year-old Jemmott has been included in the Trinidad and Tobago team currently preparing for the Caribbean Zone Digicel Cup First Round Group “D” round-robin contest.
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What a great day Wednesday, November 17, was turning out to be. My swimmers had a great workout. My doubles man on Cipriani Boulevard did not sell out before I arrived. Ms Rovedas of Maria Regina primary school gave my wife a glowing report about my daughter, Rebecca. My column on Passion was published in the Sports Arena, following a faux pas the previous Sunday.
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Despite the disappointing performance of the Trinidad and Tobago football team in their 2-1 win over St Vincent and the Grenadines on Wednesday, FIFA vice-president and T&T Football Federation special adviser Austin Jack Warner is urging the national squad to play for first place in the final round of CONCACAF qualifying matches for the 2006 World Cup.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s senior team continue training at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Monday ahead of Wednesday’s opening Digicel Cup preliminary round encounter against Puerto Rico at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Centre of Excellence.
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Fifteen years to the day, today, the whole of Trinidad and Tobago went into mourning when the United States beat Trinidad and Tobago in a climatic match to decide which of the two would go forward to the World Cup Finals in Italy.
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The meeting of this country’s football technical heads went for close to three hours at the Dr Joao Havelange Centre of Excellence on Saturday and was described as a success by Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation technical director Lincoln Phillips.
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