CULT hero Marvin Andrews can’t wait to feature at Ibrox again next week as the Rangers Legends return.
Two games into the MLS season, Minnesota United’s already tenuous outlook has taken a significant blow.
New signing Bayi Kamo Stephane says he is excited to play alongside Trinidad & Tobago international Willis Deon Plaza.
Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017 was a _______ day in the history of Orlando City Soccer Club. I leave a blank in place of the adjective because, to be honest, there’s a wide range of applicable words. Surprising, sad, exciting, curious, angry…the list goes on. It was the fateful day that Orlando City’s brass made the move to trade fan favorite and star midfielder Kevin Molino to Adrian Heath’s Minnesota United (along with goalkeeper Patrick McLain) for $650,000 in allocation money. At the time, it was one of the highest amounts paid out from one club to another in exchange for a player’s services. The move made sense on all fronts too, with Orlando gaining financial flexibility and Molino joining his former coach.
Orange County Soccer Club announced the signing of Trinidadian and Tobago U-20 international, Noah Powder for the upcoming season today. Powder, 19 joins Orange County SC from New York Red Bulls II, where he began his career with the Red Bulls U-18 Academy before making the transition to their USL side.
On Friday, the Charlotte Independence, a United Soccer League (USL) professional soccer team announced the signing of midfielder Cordell Cato, pending league and federation approval. The 25-year-old becomes the second Trinidad and Tobago International player signed to the 2018 roster joining teammate Kevan George. Over the past five season, Cato has played for Major League Soccer (MLS) side San Jose Earthquakes.
Dwight Yorke has revealed one of the secrets of his success at Manchester United was to regularly watch video highlights of his goals at home, in a bid to boost his form and self-belief.
Churchill Brothers have signed Willis Deon Plaza to replace Jeancy Zunapio Siyo who has been released by the club, Goal can confirm.
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.