Last updateThu, 24 Apr 2014 2pm


Discarded striker Glen on fire in MLS

Dropped by Dutchman Leo Beenhakker, Cornell Glen is using his dismissal from the Trinidad and Tobago national football team as motivation to score goals for his American club, Columbus Crew, and also to appeal to the Dutchman to re-consider his decision.


Sealy voted August MLS Player of the Month

Kansas City Wizards forward Scott Sealy has been awarded the August Honda MLS Player of the Month award. Sealy, a 24-year-old rookie from Trinidad and Tobago, registered four goals and an assist, leading his club to a record of 4-1-0uring the month of August.


Dwight's night comes alight

SYDNEY stood up to be counted on and off the field last night as the dazzle of Dwight Yorke and a massive walk-up crowd turned their A-League entry into an Aussie Stadium celebration.


Hector Sam's injury worse than first feared

Martin Foyle this morning revealed Hector Sam will be out for longer than originally expected, but says he is hoping to bring in another fresh face later today.


IF Sylvia recruits Brent Rahim

It has taken a while but now the deal is done - IF Sylvia has recruited national team star Brent Rahim - with merits from Scottish and English league football. His most recent club address was the Scottish Falkirk, and on Monday night the club's sport directors in Bollspelaren presented the new prospect.


Marv-ellous Attitude

Marvin Andrews never fails to amaze and impress with his fantastic attitude to life and despite being an unused substitute in Gers' last two matches, the towering stopper admits he is fully behind the manager's decision.


Scotland scores on St Johnstone debut

Trinidad and Tobago's Jason Scotland scored his first goal for St Johnstone hours after completing his move to the Scottish Division One club while Reggae Boy Deon Burton blasted a spectacular hattrick for Rotherham in English League One action yesterday.


Shaka: Team spirit key for Hammers

Trinidad and Tobago national goalkeeper Shaka Hislop stressed the importance of team spirit and self belief to West Ham's bid for survival after the "Hammers" lost their first game of the 2005/06 English Premier League season on Saturday afternoon.


Samuel's Finnish-ing lessons

Trinidad and Tobago national winger Collin Samuel was unsure whether to laugh or cry yesterday after he played superbly on Thursday evening but still had to watch helplessly as his employers, Dundee United, were eliminated from the UEFA Cup by virtue of a 2-2 home draw against visiting Finnish club, MyPa 47.