Of course I love football. It’s like a gift. Growing up I played cricket, tennis, all different sports. The sport I played best was football. It’s the sport I love.”

Leston Paul may be a football whiz, but he still has trouble mastering the latest version of Fifa World Cup on PlayStation Three. The T&T Football Federation’s (TTFF) 2007 male Under-17 Youth Footballer of the Year, admitted that as much as he loved the game, his efforts on the field had surpassed anything that happened behind the electronic game consul.

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 footballers tried for all their worth but it was all in vain as they bowed out of the race for the 2007 FIFA World Youth Championship despite a 1-0 win over Jamaica in the second leg of a playoff tie at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium on Thursday.
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1. Michael McComie
Present Status: Joe Public coach
Age: 34
Career post-91: The diminutive, flamboyant goalie accepted a soccer scholarship at Belhaven College in the United States and played professional indoor soccer before returning to Trinidad where he represented CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh and Joe Public. Made seven senior appearances and was once the Semi Professional Football League (SPFL) record transfer.

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Jamaica takes first leg in U-20 playoffs.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 footballers had their chances of advancing to the final round of CONCACAF qualification made less probable on Sunday as they conceded goals on either side of the half in a 2-0 loss to Jamaica at the Harbour View Mini Stadium.

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"(On Sunday) I was part of a ceremony that honoured (the 1973 and 1989) teams of the past and rightly so for setting the foundation for our football success," said ex-Trinidad and Tobago football star Angus Eve. "But we (the 1991 national under-20 team) also played a part in putting Trinidad and Tobago's football on the world map. What about us?"
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Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 20 footballers played maybe their best five minutes of attacking football in the same number of matches but striker Lester Peltier and his teammates were left probably wishing they could at least say the word “equalizer” in Spanish as the visiting Venezuelans came away 3-2 winners in the second of two friendlies at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar on Sunday.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 footballers could at least feel a bit more confident after holding their Venezuelan counterparts to a 1-1 draw at the Larry Gomes Stadium on Saturday evening.
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