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Food Drive
It is that time of year when the Warrior Nation unites to assist the less fortunate among us. As we expand, so too must our endeavors. Since our chosen recipient is Phillips Children's Home in Couva, we are collecting toys in addition to food. The last day of collection will be Thursday, December 11th in South, and Friday, December 19th in North.
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SPECIAL ADVANCE SALE OPPORTUNITY! As a sponsor of U.S. Soccer, Visa® is pleased to offer all Visa cardholders access to an advance ticket sale for this match before the sale to the general public. This advance sale will take place from Friday, July 25, 8 a.m. CT until Monday, July 28, 8 a.m. CT through the purchase link listed below. [Note: will only list the Visa presale on its order page during the time frame listed above.] Visa will be the only payment method accepted through the Visa presale and is preferred card of U.S. Soccer. Terms and conditions apply.
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Warrior Nation member, and Russell Latapy worshipper, Gary “Big Magician” Hector is on tour in the UK with his band jointpop. Here is some media coverage from their Speak Slowly Tour as the make their way from England to Scotland (current home of the Little Magician).
JOINTPOP will be the first rock band from Trinidad to tour Scotland and they just can’t wait. The band are aiming to follow in the footsteps of their pal and Trinidad’s top sports star, Falkirk and ex-Rangers football star Russell Latapy. Singer Gary Hector, 45, said: “Rock ’n roll is what turned us on, it made us pick up our instruments and make music.

“We’re pretty big in Trinidad but it’s a really small island, so we have to get out and show the world what we can do. “Rock ’n roll and indie music is still an underground thing here because you’re up against reggae and calypso. “So it was a big deal when a band like us got played on the radio and ended up on television.
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Brent Sancho Web Chat

Log on to on Wednesday July 9th 2008 at 7 PM (EST) for a live WebChat with one of Trinidad and Tobago’s defenders, Brent Sancho. Considered by many in the T&T football fraternity as the missing piece in the puzzle that makes up the current T&T defensive line, Brent’s football career has been filled with all the makings of a graphic novel. From his troubled times at Gillingham FC to being blacklisted for his involvement in the impasse between the World Cup Warriors and the TTFF over unpaid bonuses, the controversial aspects of Sancho’s career may seem to have overshadowed the positive ones. However, in true Warrior fashion the 31 year old veteran defender has not let his negative experiences get the better of him and is fervently forging a path back to first team action for both Club and Country.

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