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Re: St Ann's Rangers sack Bateau and return to Anthony Streete
« Reply #60 on: March 21, 2014, 04:31:59 AM »
Wow that's a surprise despite the table position - he wasn't left with much of a squad to work with

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Re: St Ann's Rangers sack Bateau and return to Anthony Streete
« Reply #61 on: March 21, 2014, 09:02:47 AM »
Aye Fakoory, why don't you sack yourself and stop this fakoory. I said in the beginning that the people that sponsored your team should sue your arse for just being you. When are you going to win something and why are you in the game? What is your purpose for owning a team?  :pissedoff: :banginghead: :cursing: :'( :bs:
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Re: St Ann's Rangers sack Bateau and return to Anthony Streete
« Reply #62 on: March 21, 2014, 09:20:55 AM »
Fakoory say he "trip off" yes.
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Re: St Ann's Rangers sack Bateau and return to Anthony Streete
« Reply #63 on: March 21, 2014, 09:49:02 AM »
Fakoory, Hospedales, Stuart and Shabazz could never get fired doh matter how bad they do.

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Re: St Ann's Rangers sack Bateau and return to Anthony Streete
« Reply #64 on: March 21, 2014, 10:05:50 AM »
Sam you have money to takeover Rangers?

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Re: St Ann's Rangers Thread
« Reply #65 on: April 10, 2017, 03:34:25 PM »
Rangers and MIC-Institute of Technology team up to offer players football and tertiary education skills.
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Professional football club St. Ann's Rangers and Metal Industries Company Institute of Technology (MIC-IT) have teamed up in a historic partnership that provides an incredible two-fold opportunity to young men and women of Trinidad and Tobago.

The first of its kind in the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League era, the focus of the partnership – which will initially run for three years – is geared towards allowing aspiring professional footballers an opportunity to continue their education and technical skills up to tertiary level and beyond.

As a result, the football club will now be called MIC-IT St. Ann’s Rangers or simply MIC-IT STAR ahead of the new 2017 TTPL season which kicks off in late May.

“[The partnership] is destined for greatness,” said MIC-IT St. Ann’s Rangers general manager Jason Spence during the unveiling of the partnership last Friday at the MIC Institute of Technology head coach in Macoya.

MIC Institute of Technology, an accredited institution which offers training to men and women from age 17 to 50, is an agency of the Ministry of Education Tertiary Education Division. Its mission is to be a catalyst for developing national technical and vocational competencies for competitive industries through quality training, innovation, manufacturing and engineering products and services.

The partnership will benefit players of MIC-IT STAR Under-19 team, Women’s Team and the professional team.

Shem Alexander, Sports Specialist at MIC-IT, and close friend Adrian Romain were the architects of the MIC-IT STAR partnership.

Alexander, a former midfielder at St. Ann’s Rangers, said the partnership will be mutually beneficial to both parties. He said the Sports and Mentorship departments along with the Marketing Division of MIC-IT are always committed to the new and innovative means of enhancing trainee life and helping to attract more trainees into their programme.

“Both MIC-IT and St. Ann’s Rangers are fully committed in pooling our resources to achieve our goals,” added Alexander.

Alexander also said that Richard Fakoory, who co-owns the St. Ann’s-based club with Richard Piper, “wasn’t only excited about the number of youths he would see turning away from a life of crime, but also the opportunity for them to be educated.”

MIC-IT has achieved a number of strategic partnerships with the Government of Trinidad and Tobago; the ICON Institute and the Chamber of Crafts and Trades, Germany; the American Welding Society (AWS) and other accredited institutions.

The benefits of such partnerships define MIC Institute of Technology as a training institution, offering programmes such as the Journeyman National Skills Development Programme (NSDP); Master Craftsman certifications in Mechanical, Electrical/Electronic and Mechatronics; Helping You Prepare for Employment (HYPE); Industrial Craft Programme (ICP); Multi-Sector Skills Training (MuST); Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR); Engineer-In-Training and other specialised and customised training programmes.

“Wouldn’t it be great as a player to win the league or qualify for the Caribbean Club Championship – which is definitely one of our goals –along with graduating as a qualified tradesman with a skill for life?” Spence questioned.

The MIC-IT STAR general manager added that MIC-IT and St. Ann’s Rangers have seen the positive and profound impact that merging their resources can have on the young population in their “confidence, their self-esteem, on society, on crime, and on their future.”

“On the part of MIC-IT, the highly focused technical trainee is given an opportunity to express him or herself in the beautiful game of football at the highest level in Trinidad and Tobago—the TT Pro League.

“Now that these two very experienced, durable, ambitious entities have come together… football wins… tertiary education wins… and more importantly, the trainee or player will come out the overall winner.

“MIC-IT St. Ann’s Rangers is now offering this opportunity to all young persons in Trinidad and Tobago who have an inner desire to achieve and develop holistically—on and off the field; in and out of the classroom,” concluded Spence.

Alexander meanwhile said MIC-IT STAR hopes to tap in on income generating opportunities such as gate fees, transfer fees of players, sale of branding materials and sponsorship.

Anthony Streete, who led the Pro League outfit to an improved seventh-place finish last season, will continue as coach of MIC-IT STAR for the 2017 season.

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Re: St Ann's Rangers Thread
« Reply #66 on: April 10, 2017, 11:22:15 PM »
Here come the govt to the rescue again. But I think this is real positive move.

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Saint Lucia beats Rangers 2-1 in football friendly
« Reply #67 on: June 17, 2019, 03:04:07 PM »
Saint Lucia beats Rangers 2-1 in football friendly
By Terry Finisterre (St. Lucia News Online)


Saint Lucia got the Jamaal Shabazz era underway on Friday with a 2-1 friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago club team, Horquetta Rangers.

Shabazz, the Trinidad and Tobago national, has previously coached Guyana to their biggest leaps in the FIFA rankings, and has coached several Saint Lucians during his time in the managerial ranks of the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League.

He got his tenure underway by deploying a 4-4-2 formation, featuring four under-23 players: goalkeeper Vino Barclett, and outfield players Djal Augustin, Alvinus Myers, and Melvin Doxilly. Overseas-based professionals, captain Zaine Pierre, Kurt Frederick, Otev Lawrence, Lester Joseph, and Andrus Remy lined up with Jevick MacFarlane and Antonio Joseph.

Saint Lucia looked bright in the first half, but did not capitalise on the chances they created. Kurt Frederick converted from the penalty spot in the 15th minute to give the home team a 1-0 halftime lead.

A defensive lapse in the 50th minute gave Tyrone Charles the opportunity to equalise for the Trinidadians. But just five minutes later, up popped Andrus Remy to convert for the home team.

According to Shabazz, he was pleased to see some of the positives that came out of Friday’s match, but he recognises that there is a lot of work yet to be done.
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Re: St Ann's Rangers Thread
« Reply #68 on: June 17, 2019, 07:13:27 PM »
I don't think them St Lucians would like the type football J Shabazz go had them playing.

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Re: St Ann's Rangers Thread
« Reply #69 on: June 18, 2019, 05:22:24 AM »
Saint Lucia football completes a second 2-1 win over Rangers
By Terry Finisterre (St. Lucia News Online)


Trinidad and Tobago-based defender Kurt Frederick remained consistent, and boosted his attacking reputation, by getting on the scoresheet for Team Saint Lucia in a second straight win over La Horquetta Rangers, a club in the Trinidad and Tobago Professional League.

Saint Lucia won 2-1 again, at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, 28-year-old Frederick and Under-23 player Alvinus ‘Pogba’ Myers scoring for the home team.

Myers is one of several U23-eligible players who have featured over the course of the two friendlies, the first two matches under former Guyana coach, Jamaal Shabazz.

Midfielder Djal Augustin, who is at college in the United States, made his senior debut on Friday. Defender Sebastian Ribot, who plays professionally in Spain, made his debut off the bench on Friday, and was introduced in the starting lineup on Sunday. Also in the starting 11 on Sunday was forward Noah ‘Lucky’ Nicholas. Meanwhile, Gabriel ‘Gelco’ Biscette and Jardel Harrow came in off the bench on Sunday.

Saint Lucia plays a third match against Rangers on Tuesday afternoon at the Sab Playing Facility in Vigie, Castries.
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Re: St Ann's Rangers Thread
« Reply #70 on: June 18, 2019, 06:07:52 AM »
At least Rangers getting a lot practice. What the other teams doing?

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Re: St Ann's Rangers Thread
« Reply #71 on: June 19, 2019, 08:19:53 PM »
At least Rangers getting a lot practice. What the other teams doing?
Ent that was the reason they gave for not sending players to National Team training.....

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La Horquetta Rangers Thread
« Reply #72 on: February 01, 2020, 06:57:36 PM »
FYI

La Horquetta Rangers was originally called Superstar Rangers, had a name change a few year later to St. Ann's Rangers and now the Club is known as La Horquetta Rangers.

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Re: La Horquetta Rangers Thread
« Reply #73 on: February 01, 2020, 06:57:42 PM »
La Horquetta Rangers midfielder Jomoul Francois has arrived in El Salvador to join Primera División club, Independiente FC.

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Re: Superstar Rangers/St Ann's Rangers/La Horquetta Rangers Thread
« Reply #74 on: February 05, 2020, 05:36:09 PM »
Jomoul Francois has received his International Transfer Certificate, and is now cleared to play for Independiente FC San Vicente.

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Re: Superstar Rangers/St Ann's Rangers/La Horquetta Rangers Thread
« Reply #75 on: February 06, 2020, 07:27:29 AM »
Strange, my Spanish is bad, however, it seems like Jomoul Francois was subbed on in the 25th min and subbed off in the 63rd vs San Vicente yesterday?

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