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The Gloves are Off

Declaring that the "gloves are off", Jack Warner said last night he that intends to go after Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and reveal all through a tape which he will give to four lawyers.

It was May 11, 2011, and “Trinidad Jack,” as reporters call him, was holding court.

From his perch atop a raised table at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Port-of-Spain, the capital of Trinidad and Tobago, Jack Warner tried to quell the revolt within the ranks of the Caribbean Football Union. The day before, Warner had doled out brown paper envelopes with $40,000 in them to each of the union’s 25 visiting members. The money, he now explained, came from Mohamed bin Hammam, a Qatari businessman running against Sepp Blatter for FIFA’s presidency.

Trinidadian appeared in court to hear eight counts of fraud but a delay in processing his US$395,000 bail meant a night in the cells

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner was spending Wednesday night in jail in Trinidad, after surrendering to face an arrest warrant issued at the request of US authorities, who filed corruption charges against him and 13 others tied to international football.

Minister of Sport and former Soca Warrior, Brent Sancho, believes ex-FIFA vice-president Jack Warner should be extradited to the United States “to answer serious questions” posed to him by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations).

Caught off guard

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president Raymond Tim Kee awoke in Zurich, Switzerland, in the wee hours of yesterday morning to the news that some of his CONCACAF colleagues, including president Jeffrey Webb, had been arrested on racketeering, conspiracy and corruption charges.

The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association (CONCACAF) has issued a release stating that its competition, including the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup is unaffected, but expressed concern about corruption indictments brought against its former president Jack Warner and his successor, Cayman Islands chief Jeffrey Webb.

Russell Latapy has acknowledged the significance of Inverness winning their first major trophy in Saturday's William Hill Scottish Cup final against Falkirk at Hampden.

In the aftermath of Friday night’s rivalry tussle between Columbus Crew SC and the Chicago Fire, much of the focus was centered on the “as late as late can get” goal scored by the Fire’s Jason Johnson (assisted by former Crew SC defender Eric Gehrig) that salvaged a draw for the road team. Despite having the lead for 82 minutes of regulation plus four minutes of stoppage time, what seemed like a surefire win for the Black and Gold quickly morphed into a tie that had the postgame aura of a loss.

Already one of the best defensive teams in the United Soccer Leagues, Louisville City FC flexed its muscle in Wednesday's 1-0 U.S. Open Cup win over Lansing United.

DESPITE spending five of the best years of his career in Falkirk, Russell Latapy will have no qualms about seeing off his old side at Hampden Park.

Orlando City Soccer Club announced today that midfielder Kevin Molino has undergone successful surgery last week to repair a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament in his right knee. Daryl Osbahr, M.D., Chief of Sports Medicine for Orlando Health, performed the surgery at Orlando Health’s downtown campus.

DWIGHT YORKE has revealed his interest in becoming Sunderland manager one day.

The second screening session for any and all female footballers seeking to earn a place within one of the six franchise teams for next month’s inaugural professional Women’s Premier League (WPL), will take place today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, from 6 pm.

Basic booked a berth in the national finals of the 2015 Guinness Street Football Challenge when they whipped Touches 2-0 to capture the north zone title at the Jean Pierre Complex in Port of Spain on Saturday.

San Juan Jabloteh continued their winning ways at the start of the second round last Sunday in the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League with wins over home side Police FC in the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 divisions at the St. James Barracks.

THE 2014-2015 local football season will come to an end on Friday when the final of the Digicel Pro Bowl takes place, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.

Central FC are the new kings of the Caribbean after edging nine-man W Connection 2-1 in the final of the 2015 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship on Sunday night at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.


TT Pro League clubs Central FC and W Connection will renew their rivalry on Sunday 24 May when they clash for the first time on the international stage from 6 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium in the final of the 2015 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship.

T&T senior women’s defender Lauryn Hutchinson was over the top last week upon receiving the news that her goal against Costa Rica in last year’s CONCACAF Women’s World Cup qualifier had been voted the top female international goal of the year.

Former national goalkeeper Ross Russell has been appointed coach of the Women’s Soca Warriors for the upcoming Pan American Games in Canada in July as well as the Caribbean Football Union Olympic qualifying tournament.

Three set-piece goals prevented the Trinidad and Tobago Under-17 women from capping off a festive day with a winning performance yesterday, as they slumped to a 3-1 defeat to Venezuela after taking an early lead at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.

Two-time Pro League champion coach Ross Russell and reigning WOLF (Women’s League Football) title holder Jason Spence have been identified by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) as possible replacements for “Women Soca Warriors” head coach Randy Waldrum.

Professional female footballer, Ahkeela Mollon, is expected to join Grenada in their celebration of Women’s Football Day on 23rd May.

TTFA to host Women's grassroots festival on Saturday.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will stage a series of activities commencing at 1pm on Saturday May 23rd, 2015 at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium to as part  of CONCACAF’s Annual Women’s Football Day.

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AFTER CAPTAINING the Trinidad and Tobago beach soccer team to fifth position at the CONCACAF qualifiers earlier this month, Ryan Augustine will make his much anticipated return in Brazil today, when he begins a three-week training regime with stalwart South American beach soccer clubs, Flamengo and Botafogo.

THE 2015 Trinidad and Tobago Futsal League commences at the Central Regional Indoor Sporting Arena, Chaguanas, from 7 pm today, and will feature some of the nation’s quickest feet vying for local honours.