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Another one of Trinidad and Tobago’s outstanding ex-footballers has died.

Diego Raymundo struck for two goals and Guatemala defeated 10-man Trinidad & Tobago 4-1 in the opening match of the 2015 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship (CU17) on Friday at the Estadio Francisco Morazan.

PORT Vale loan signing Ryan Inniss could follow Chris Birchall’s footsteps and play for Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Under-17 Footballers will commence their FIFA Under-17 World Cup qualifying campaign today with a  6:30 p.m. (TT time) game against Guatemala in the opening CONCACAF Under 17 Championship match  at the Estadio Francisco Morazan in Honduras.

Goalkeeper Jan Michael Williams sees the upcoming friendly international against Panama as the ideal test for the “Soca Warriors” as they step up their build-up for the upcoming Concacaf Gold Cup which kicks off in July.

Howard University head coach Phillip Gyau is keen on making annual visits to this country in search of young footballers hopeful of joining Howard’s football programme.

English-born midfielder Chris Birchall made his debut for T&T at age 21 in 2005. Ten years later he believes this country could be on the verge of having yet another youthful English-born enter its national team.

Caley Thistle assistant manager Russell Latapy says young players must be careful about their conduct during nights out.

The Trinidad and Tobago striker backs his side to come out of the tumultuous time his side are enduring.

Seventeen-year-old Shiva Boys’ Hindu College standout, Levi Garcia, has signed a pre-contract deal with Netherlands Premier Division Club, AZ Alkmaar.

Kyle Brathwaite was a member of the Trinidad & Tobago U17 Men’s National Team during the 2012-13 season and most recently has trained with the prestigious D.C. United Academy squad, where he holds one of two out of market spots, as a center back during the 2014-15 season. Prior to that, he was a member of the Carolina Rapids U-15/16 team in 2012-13 along with future teammate Anselmo.

Inverness assistant manager Russell Latapy believes now is not the time to be thinking about securing a European place for next season.

Five Pro League clubs advance into FA Trophy QF round; Central school SKHY 7-0; Jabloteh, Police and Pro League-bound Sando progress on kicks from the penalty spot; Stars edge Pro League compatriot Caledonia

Defence Force crushed rock into dust on Sunday when the TT Pro League club humiliated home side Black Rock FC 17-1 at the Black Rock Recreation Ground in Tobago in the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) FA Trophy 2015 Third Round (Round of 16) for the biggest win in years, if not in the history of the tournament – the oldest football competition in Trinidad and Tobago dating back to 1927.

Ace army forward joins Britto at the top of DPL 2014-2015 scorers’ list, Connection close in on leaders Central, Marcus Joseph double lifts Civic past Police.

Devorn Jorsling impressed on a rare start this season, netting a first half hat-trick and had two second half assists to steer Defence Force to comprehensive 7-0 win over cellar placed St. Ann's Rangers on Friday night in the first match of a double header at the Marvin Lee Stadium.

Tobago teams win home advantage in FA Trophy third round draw

Current Digicel Pro League leaders Central FC will host Eastern Football Association (EFA) side SKHY FC from 6:15 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Sunday in the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) FA Trophy Third Round (Round of 16).

British citizen Kevin Harrison who co-owned (SIS) Central FC football club with Sport Minister Brent Sancho is now Sancho’s adviser.

Willis Plaza executed a cool finish, amidst a heated battle, seconds before the half to earn longstanding Digicel Pro League leaders Central FC a slim but valuable 1-0 win over home side Point Fortin Civic on Tuesday at the Mahaica Oval to secure the Akeem Adams (Round Two) Trophy on the penultimate day.

THE DEFENCE FORCE will wear black arm bands on Friday for their next Digicel Pro League match against St Ann’s Rangers, and a day later also attend a memorial for the fallen T&T soldier and national footballer Kevon Carter.

Kennya Cordner, star striker for the national women’s football team, appeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with using annoying language to provoke a police officer to commit a breach of the peace.

Former national Under-17 women’s player Maya Matouk will be embarking on a new phase in her career this year after being accepted to the University of Tampa.

Movement Bago in conjunction with St Clair Coaching School hosted a coaching clinic for girls at the Signal Hill Secondary School Ground in Signal Hill, last Saturday.

The recent issues emanating from sport in this country were not leading towards a direction which left us with an exciting expectancy.

There is no “I” in “team,” yet there are two “I’s” in “Trinidad.” Wait! Hear me out. This column is not just another commentary about our women’s valiant effort at making World Cup history. Rather, I would like to use events within that fateful match as examples to highlight an important characteristic of team sports.

Not many individuals, let alone collegiate student-athletes, get the opportunity to represent one's country. For Radford women's soccer senior Jasmine Sampson, that opportunity became a reality.

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