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Ramesh Ramdhan is the quintessential sportsman. He is always upbeat and optimistic about scoring and he’s no different in his approach to Sunday’s TTFA elections.

As the optimism grows and a feeling of hope envelopes the football loving supporters of T&T’s  Soca Warriors in the race for a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, some harsh realities must be addressed.

Stephen Hart was no short of crediting his team for their unbeaten start to the “Road to Russia” campaign but he has warned that nothing has been achieved as T&T must now look to take care of St Vincent/Grenadines away on March 25 and then at home on March 29.

Four of the five candidates vying to be president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will engage in a debate tonight.

“Never forget where you’ve been and never lose sight of where you’re going.”

If you want to see a return to the ‘Glory Days’ of T&T football vote for Selby Browne.

The Hibernian match programme, #GGTTH, is always bursting with content, thanks to our team of writers and our regular features making it an enjoyable and worthwhile read.

CONGRATULATIONS Chris Birchall. The winger was making his 300th career appearance in Tuesday night's win over Blackpool, 14 years after making his Port Vale debut as a 17 year old in a League Cup game at Charlton.

Mohun Bagan's new recruit Cornell Glen represented Trinidad and Tobago in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, in which he did play all the group league games against Sweden, England and Paraguay. He was also the second-highest scorer in the I-League last season with 16 goals from 19 matches. He ended last year's I-League campaign on a bang, scoring a hat-trick for Shillong Lajong against East Bengal, with Shillong Lajong thrashing East Bengal 5-1.

National youth footballer and Trinity Baptist College freshman, Stephan Spicer, was among seven schoolmates selected to the 2015 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American teams.

Cardiff City boss Russell Slade looks set to thrust star striker Kenwyne Jones back into his starting side as he desperately seeks to end the Bluebirds’ remarkable goal drought.

Pfeiffer forward Nathan Regis was voted the 2015 Conference Carolinas Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Year, while Lees-McRae's James Abraham and Erskine's CJ Cluck were named the Conference's Defensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year, respectively. In addition, Pfeiffer's Bob Reasso was tabbed the Coach of the Year, the conference announced today.

Kareem Robley scored twice as lowly Bethel United denied Defence Force from going top of the CNG Super League Premier Division after a 2-2 draw on Sunday.

After more than 20-plus years under the same administration, central football has gotten a new executive. On Wednesday night, at the zone’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Election of Officers at Woodford Lodge, Chaguanas, businessman Shymdeo Gosine was elected unopposed as president of the Central Football Association (CFA) for a four-year term.

JEROME CHARLES scored a double, including the winner in stoppage time, as Queen’s Park overcame a combative Edinburgh 500 FC unit to prevail 4-3 in their CNG National Super League Championship Division Match Day 14 fixture, at the Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, St James.

THE SECONDARY Schools Football League (SSFL) BGTT/First Citizens Girls National Intercol competition will kick off on Tuesday with a quarter-final fixture.

Naparima College advanced to the final of the Coca Cola National Inter Col yesterday when they defeated the “Green Machine” of St Augustine 2-1 at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

Tobago champions Bon Accord Government walked away with two national titles at the end of the Ministry of Education Atlantic Primary School Football League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.

Despite her team’s struggle to reproduce the kind of form that saw them impress in the CONCACAF Final round last year, during the recent Olympic qualifiers, defender Arin King is remaining optimistic about its chances in February in the United States.

The “Women Warriors” will open their final round of the CONCACAF Oympic Qualification against Guatemala on February 11, 2016, after they were drawn with the Central Americans, Guyana and Canada in Group B of the eight-team competition.

Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 Women’s Team clinched third place in the Caribbean Football Union Championship with a 3-0 victory over Cuba on Sunday in Puerto Rico.

This country’s Under-17 Women Soca Warriors missed out on a spot at next year’s Concacaf Women’s Finals to be held in St George’s, Grenada, March 3-13 after going under to rivals Jamaica, 1-0 in the first of two Caribbean Football Union semifinals at the Estadio Juan Roman Loubriel, Bayamon, Puerto Rico on Friday night.

Without two of their most inspirational attackers, host Trinidad and Tobago rallied to defeat Puerto Rico 1-0 to claim the top spot in the 2015 CFU Olympic qualifying stage at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women booked their place in the CONCACAF Final Round of Olympic qualifying with a come from behind 2-1 victory over Jamaica in their CFU semi-final encounter at the Ato Boldon Stadium tonight.

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Swiss Chargers of Switzerland overcame FC Barcelona 2-0 to retain the championship title at the sixth annual Bago Sports Beach Soccer Championship at the Courland Heritage Park, Courland which ended on Sunday.

FOLLOWING TIGERS’ triumph in the final of the National Futsal League last Friday night at the Chaguanas Indoor Facility, coach Clayton Morris is enthusiastic over the composition of a national team ahead of the forthcoming FIFA Futsal World qualification.