A QUICK GLANCE at Daniel Carr’s Wikipedia page, and you might be forgiven for deducing that he is someone who likes to move around a lot and doesn’t tend to settle very well.
The Richmond Kickers are pleased to announce that Trinidad & Tobago International and former Colorado Rapids defender Mekeil Williams has signed for the 2018 season, pending USL and USSF approval.
Former Bison coach Lincoln Phillips describes him as ‘the glue’ for the NCAA title team
Lincoln Phillips can chuckle at the thought today, but the task of wrangling the diverse personalities on his star-studded 1970s Howard University soccer teams was no laughing matter at the time. “You’re talking about trying to get Jamaicans and Trinidadians and Africans on the same page at the same time,” recalled Phillips, who coached at Howard from 1970-1980 and led the Bison to its first – and still only – NCAA Division I national championship in 1974.
LIFE hasn’t been one small step for former keeper Shaka Hislop. It has been one giant leap!
A NUMBER of Trinidad and Tobago footballers have joined new clubs in Europe, North America, Central America and Asia within the past fortnight.
Kevan George has unfinished business in Charlotte.
Sacramento Republic FC have agreed to a USL contract with Shannon Gomez for the 2018 season, with a club option for the 2019 season, pending league and federation approval.
Indy Eleven Professional Soccer announces the signing of defender Carlyle Mitchell and forward Nathan Lewis to its 2018 roster pending federation approval. Both Mitchell and Lewis arrive in Indianapolis from Trinidadian side Central FC.
Michael Peter Hadad left Trinidad & Tobago on 13 October for London to watch Chelsea and his idol, Thibaut Courtois, play for the first time. The day before the flight he had packed all the Chelsea- and Courtois-related items he owned into his Chelsea bag, together with a Sharpie marker pen. In his childhood innocence he believed that he would meet Courtois and get him to sign every item.