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Anthony Anton Wolfe

Anthony Wolfe NicknameWolfey
Height5′ 9″ (1.75 m)
Date of Birth December 23rd, 1983 (age 39)
Place of Birth Manzanilla, Trinidad and Tobago
Debut January 29th, 2003 (aged 19)
Caps/Goals35    ( 3 goals)
Current ClubCentral FC (2/2018- present)
Previous ClubsTollygunge Agragami (8/2017-1/2018), Churchill Brothers SC (1/2017-3/2017), North East Stars (2/2016-12/2016), Sporting Clube de Goa (10/2014-5/2015), Churchill Brothers SC (12/2013-10/2013), North East Stars (8/2013-12/2013), Central FC (9/2012-5/2013), North East Stars (9/2010-4/2012), Ma Pau SC (4/2009-9/2010), North East Stars (5/2008-12/2008), Atlanta Silverbacks (6/2007-4/2008), North East Stars (3/2007-6/2007), San Juan Jabloteh (1/2006-3/2007), North East Stars (2002-1/2006)
SchoolsLindsey Wilson College, Mayaro Composite

Despite having only a handful of caps, Anthony Wolfe clearly did something to impress head coach Leo Beenhakker when he was brought in for the home stretch of Trinidad and Tobago's Germany 2006 qualifying campaign.

The Manzanilla-born striker currently plays alongside national team-mate Cyd Gray and brother Glenton for Trinidadian club San Juan Jabloteh, and he will offer another attacking option in addition to regular front men Stern John and Dwight Yorke.

Something of a surprise package in the side, 22-year-old Wolfe has been scoring regularly for Jabloteh, whom he joined after four years with North East Stars, and with his physical strength and eye for goal, he could prove a handful for opposition defenders in Germany.

“Anthony is an unselfish centre-forward, that can be lethal in and around the penalty area—I think he has great potential,” Jabloteh coach Terry Fenwick said of the emerging striker.
(FIFA WC 2006 profile)

Honors for Anthony
  • Federation Cup winners medal with Churchill Brothers in 2014
  • Trinidad & Tobago Chaconia Medal Gold (World Cup Squad) in 2006
  • Big Six winners medal with San Juan Jabloteh in 2006
  • Leading goalscorer (17 goals) with San Juan Jabloteh in 2006
  • T&T PFL Championship winner's medal with North East Stars in 2004

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Wolfe: TTFF 'disrespected' playersApr 14th, 2011
$7m for Soca WarriorsFeb 25th, 2011
SWO T&T team of the monthDec 6th, 2010
Wolfe promises top performanceSep 29th, 2010
Wolfe and Navarro rejoin North East StarsSep 17th, 2010
TTFF ordered to honour 2006 World Cup agreementAug 1st, 2010
Soca Warriors say payment issue not settled, TTFF attorney blames English attorney for delayMay 22nd, 2010
‘Chubby’ Andrews, Wolfe among Ma Pau’s Top FiveFeb 11th, 2010
Court awards $20,000 to WolfeDec 11th, 2009
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Wolfe re-instated after bungleApr 30th, 2009
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Rejuvenated Wolfe hunts another Golden BootApr 22nd, 2009
North East Stars doubtful of 2009Jan 17th, 2009
Birchall, Avery rejoins Warriors for Panama friendlyJul 25th, 2008
Soca Warriors stop Netherlands AntillesJul 18th, 2008
Soca Warriors to face N/Antilles on ThursdayJul 15th, 2008
Wolfe off on Friday to join AtlantaJul 18th, 2007
Anthony Wolfe signs three year deal with Atlanta SilverbacksJul 6th, 2007
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