Former Sunderland favourite Dwight Yorke has held talks over the vacant manager’s position.
T&T Women’s ‘keeper savours Colombian title win
Jamie Boatswain is on his way to kickstart a new chapter in Costa Rica, Joevin Jones is currently touted as the best left back in the MLS and Kevin Molino not too long ago became the first player to score on Keylor Navas in World Cup qualifying in Costa Rica since October 2013. But the men are not the only Trinidad and Tobago players making their mark outside of these shores today.
Every club can boast an impressive array or pennants, silver salvers, pieces of crystal and so on, gifted by an opposing team to either mark a notable game or a significant milestone in their history.
By midday on Friday, 23-year-old Trinidad and Tobago striker Jamille Boatswain will officially be a Liga Deportiva Alajuelens player.
Once a Metro understands that Noah Powder is back with New York Red Bulls II, at least for the moment. Powder, 18, has not been with the team since the end of last season but is currently training with the team.
National team forward Jamille Boatswain has not yet put pen to paper to close a transfer deal to Costa Rican top flight club Liga Deportiva Alajuelense. But the current Defence Force marksman has confirmed that he has been in talks with the club and a move is likely.
Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams will join Honduras first division club Juticalpa FC later this month after agreeing to a two-year deal.
Caribbean nationals’ fight for equal footing in the North American workplace has extended to the sporting arena, where most players from the region find themselves among the lowest paid in Major League Soccer, although MLS clubs rely on them for important contributions.
It’s no big secret why the Charleston Battery currently sit on top of both the USL Eastern Conference standings and the goals leaders chart this season; the play of Romario Williams in his second year on loan in Charleston has reached another level.