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365 Q & A with Avery John

New England Revolution defender Avery John has become a busy man these days. The Trinidad and Tobago native has been starting regularly for the Revs in addition to getting international duty with his national side. After last night’s midweek clash with Real Salt Lake the Revs travel to Dallas this weekend and from there Avery flies back to Connecticut to prepare for the next week’s vital World Cup qualifier against the US.

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Kenwyne Jones relishing Wednesday return

Kenwyne Jones said it will be an emotional return to Hillsbrough tomorrow when Saints line up against Sheffield Wednesday.

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Ricky Shakes on his debut

Shakes, a summer signing from Bolton Wanderers, started on the right of midfield with Michael Pook out on the left.

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Port Vale eyes Brent Rahim

Port Vale are running the rule over midfield trialists Courtney Pitt and Brent Rahim.

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Shaka's debut dream

Hislop returned to action at Upton Park in the 1-1 friendly draw against Osasuna on Saturday and got more than he bargained for.

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Kenwyne can't celebrate

Kenwyne Jones felt unable to celebrate his first league goal for Saints because it counted for nothing.

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Dennis Lawrence given Wrexham captaincy

AS Saturday's League opener rapidly approached, manager Denis Smith revealed a new name as Club captain - Dennis Lawrence.

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Latas, Jack are SPL All Stars, Sancho set for Gillingham

Former Trinidad and Tobago international captain Russell Latapy and national goalkeeper Kelvin Jack earned their first plaudits of the season from the Scottish media on Monday after fine weekend performances.

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Sealy deals Revolution their first home loss

Scott Sealy's strike 17 minutes from the end gave the Kansas City Wizards a shock 2-1 away victory over Eastern Conference leader New England Revolution on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.

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