“Start spreading the news. He’s applying for another big job. He wants to be a part of it, Dwight Yorke, Dwight Yorke.”
Imagine turning up for your Saturday football game and finding not one, but two ex-Premier League players in the opposition line-up.
Kevin Molino had a moment to remember in Minnesota United’s thrilling 3-2 win over Atlanta United on Tuesday.
A year ago, Louisville City FC goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh had to watch from the sidelines as his side entered a penalty shootout against the New York Red Bulls II with the Eastern Conference Championship on the line, a pulled groin aggravated early in the second half denying him the chance to make a difference for his side.
Kevin Molino is peaking at just the right time for Minnesota United and a Trinidad & Tobago national team hoping to spoil the U.S. Men’s National Team’s World Cup Qualifying run.
Trinidad and Tobago international forward Jamille Boatswain’s whirlwind move to the Costa Rica First Division lasted just four months.
T&T’s forward Jerrel Britto suffered a medical scare last week while in training with his Honduran club Honduras Progreso after experiencing chest pains and dizzy spells. Fortunately for the former national under-15 captain, after being taken to hospital by club officials, an echo-cardiogram and further medical tests revealed no heart complications. He was later cleared by doctors to resume playing.
Chennaiyin FC announced the signing of Tony Warner as their goalkeeping coach for the 2017-18 campaign of the Hero Indian Super League.
Defender Justin Hoyte has been a regular for FC Cincinnati and was a starting member in their recent 2-2 draw with Saint Louis FC as Danni König calmly buried a penalty kick in the final minute of stoppage time to help the club to a five-game unbeaten streak and a sixth place position in the United Soccer League in the United States with a 10-9-10 (40 pts.) record.