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Malvern Football Team will hold its first training session on Saturday 15th June 2013 at 2:00pm in preparation for staking its claim to win all trophies this season in the North Football Association League competitions (the successor league to the POSFL).

All footballers interested in representing Malvern Football club are invited to meet at the Malvern Club House, 106 Woodford Street, Port of Spain, close to the savannah at 1:30 pm on Saturday 15th June 2013 prior to the training session.

Several Malvern footballers of the club’s glorious days in the 70’s have returned to ensure the resurgence, with plans for intense training sessions and competitive matches against local and regional teams, in an attempt to return popular football to the Capital City, Port of Spain.

Ulric “Buggy” Haynes, former national captain, is the technical director, and several other past players will provide coaching and technical support to the new Malvern football team.

The past Malvern footballers who will directly manage this new trust are; Selby Browne, Ulric Boxhill, Ulric “Buggy” Haynes, Desmond “Baby” Headley, Chris Mendes, Michael Saldenha and Russell Bristol.

The Malvern Sports Club was founded in the Port of Spain suburb of Woodbrook in 1942 and the club has a long and illustrious history in the annals of Trinidad and Tobago’s National Football and Field Hockey Associations.

Malvern dominated the premier football league in Trinidad and Tobago; the Port of Spain Football League (POSFL) and the National Football League for three decades, during the period mid 1940’s to the mid 1970’s.

The Malvern football club and players have successfully participated against clubs and national teams in the following countries; Antigua, Barbados, Canada, Colombia, Curacao, Grenada, Guyana, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Haiti, Martinique, St. Croix, St Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Thomas, St. Vincent, Surinam USA and the United Kingdom.

Young footballers are invited to become part of the revival and new vision for football in the capital city, Port of Spain and the Malvern Sports Club.