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Khara JohnKHARA MICHELLE JOHN began playing soccer at age 3. Naturally talented and very focused, she soon developed a “good kick” which led her to become the top goal scorer for her club team Jackson Destiny, where for 8 years, she played in the positions of Striker, Right Wing and Right Midfielder. Jackson Destiny emerged as the U15 US Club State Champs in 2008.

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It may be only a few short months since New Zealand hosted the first-ever FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, but preparations are already well underway for a second edition that promises to be every bit as successful.

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Newly-appointed coach of the T&T women’s Under-17 team, and Director of T&T Women's Football, Norwegian Even Pellerud held his first training session with the young players on Wednesday at the University of West Indies Campus in St Augustine.
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The development of women’s football dominated discussions at a meeting among officials from the Local Organizing Committee, a FIFA delegation and the Minister of Sport Gary Hunt on Friday morning.
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Sixteen-year-old, Mariah Shade is the captain of the national Under-17 Girls team as well as her school team, Debe High, which won the T&TEC Secondary Schoolgirls Football League national title, last Tuesday at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.
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RECENTLY-APPOINTED Technical Director of the Trinidad and Tobago women’s football team, Norwegian-born Even Pellerud, is eager for the challenge of uplifting the sport in the twin-island republic.
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Trinidad and Tobago were officially announced as hosts of the 2010 FIFA Women's Under-17 Football World Cup yesterday by Joseph Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA, the governing body for world football.

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