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Birchall keeps dream alive

Chris Birchall sparked wild celebrations in Trinidad - and bleary eyed ones in Stafford - after scoring a spectacular goal to keep the Caribbean nation in with a chance of making next summer's World Cup finals in Germany.

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Make or break for Clayton Ince

It certainly promises to be a busy couple of weeks for City stopper Clayton Ince. Not only is he battling it out with new signing Marton Fulop for the number one spot between the sticks with Micky Adams' men, but over the next week his World Cup dreams will be decided.

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Dennis Lawrence ready to write his name in the World Cup history books

WREXHAM'S Dennis Lawrence is on the verge of making history for club and country as Trinidad & Tobago head into a two-match play-off that will decide their World Cup fate.

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Jason Scotland wants the World

JASON Scotland left the country yesterday to chase his World Cup dream.

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‘Scotland’ fans anticipate World Cup adventure

THERE MAY be a battalion of ‘Scotland’ fans at the World Cup after all.

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It breaks big Marvin's heart to miss Old Firm

MARVIN ANDREWS has admitted that missing out on tomorrow night's Old Firm CIS Cup clash at Parkhead has been a heart breaker.

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All eyes on Carlos Edwards

Carlos Edwards will be hoping to play his part in Trinidad's bid to reach the 2006 World Cup Finals.

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Sancho hits back

National defender Brent Sancho has hit back at Gillingham chairman Paul Scally for accusing him of being an underhand and deciding to choose country over club.

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Kevin Nelson on trial with Queensland Roar

Strike power will be the priority for Queensland Roar coach Miron Bleiberg despite MRI scans confirming defender Josh McCloughan will miss six weeks with a groin tear.

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