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Ricardo John Thread
« on: October 18, 2014, 03:06:23 PM »
Ricardo John Has A Bright Future for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies’ men’s soccer program is slowly but steadily building the program up as they look to become national contenders in the future especially with the success of the Virginia Tech women’s soccer team.

The Hokies have players from all over the world on the roster but one breakout freshman from Trinidad and Tobago has been impressive.

Ricardo John from St. Augustine Secondary School in Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago is already looking like someone who could be one of the best soccer players ever for the Hokies. John started the season on the bench but has appeared in all 12 games and is now a regular starter with 8 starts on the season.

The stats back up John’s impressive start with the freshman leading the Hokies with 4 goals along with having an assist. A more impressive stat is the fact that 17 of his 28 shots have been on goal which works out to be just over 60%. This is a very impressive stat especially since John has taken the most shots of any Hokie soccer player this season.

John has the potential to be a big time aerial threat on corners at 6-3 but John is already a quality dribbler that can cut through defender and create space to make a shot or pass it to another player who is open. John has the potential to have some sort of professional career whether that be in Major League Soccer or in a lower tier like the NASL or USL Pro and could represent his country internationally also depending on how good he becomes.

For now, what we know is that Ricardo John is one talented player that has a very bright future in Blacksburg.

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Re: Ricardo John Has A Bright Future for the Virginia Tech Hokies
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2014, 03:16:06 PM »
I heard he would have been on the U20 team but he went to University and no Uni students were used during the CFU cup as they could not leave their schools as they are under scholarship. Hopefully he is part of the next phase.




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Re: Ricardo John Has A Bright Future for the Virginia Tech Hokies
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2014, 03:19:10 PM »
Saw him play against WVU this season, not a bad player, came off of the bench and provided a spark going forward. Tall and lanky but he's only a freshman so he has to develop and get use to the physicality of the game up here.

They had another Trini playing left back as well.

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Re: Ricardo John Has A Bright Future for the Virginia Tech Hokies
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2014, 03:20:59 PM »
Saw him play against WVU this season, not a bad player, came off of the bench and provided a spark going forward. Tall and lanky but he's only a freshman so he has to develop and get use to the physicality of the game up here.

They had another Trini playing left back as well.

Jonathan Cruickshank, very tidy player..too old for the U20's I'm told

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Ricardo John ends season with conference honors
« Reply #4 on: November 14, 2014, 09:21:17 AM »
Ricardo John ends season with conference honors
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After a phenomenal rookie campaign, freshman forward Ricardo John has been named to the All-ACC Second Team and the ACC All-Freshmen Team as announced by the ACC office on Thursday morning.

John tied for the team in points with 11 behind the strength of five goals and one assist. Out of the five goals he scored, two were game-winning goals. John’s only assist of the season was on the game-winning goal against NC State.

The Trinidad and Tobago native was one of only three freshmen to make an All-ACC team this season and is the first Hokie freshman to make an All-ACC or an All-Freshman team since James Shupp made the freshmen team in 2007.
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Re: Ricardo John Has A Bright Future for the Virginia Tech Hokies
« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2015, 07:47:54 PM »
John wants to be part of new chapter in T&T football.
By Shaun Fuentes (TTFA).


It’s his fist major international competition appearance for Trinidad and Tobago and he wants to begin with a bang. Quite naturally, national under 20 forward Ricardo John wants to make a strong impression during the upcoming CONCACAF Under 20 Championship which begins today in Kingston.

John is from Arouca and is a former student of St Augustine Secondary and Trinity College East.

John earned his pick after being overlooked in the early stages of the team last year. He shifted gears and went on to have an impressive season for Virginia Tech. in the United States. When he returned to the train with the Under 20 team, his efforts, his sharpness and his sheer desire to represent the country was enough to get the nod from King.

John has set his sights on pushing T&T through to New Zealand 2015. The final leg of the journey starts tonight at 8pm at the "Office" in Kingston when T&T squares off with Jamaica.

“My hope is for us to qualify for the World Cup. I really would like to score some goals in this tournament and to get maximum points in these games,” John told TTFA Media.

“ I think all the players want to do really well especially as there could be some scouts on hand to see what we have to offer. We really want to enter a positive chapter for Trinidad and Tobago football.”

Looking back at the preparations, John who was also involved in the Port of Spain training camp before the team arrived in Miami, said. “Preparing for the tournament has been a great experience I am grateful for this opportunity to be with the team because I see myself improving with every session.

“The training camp in Miami was pretty good. It gave the coaches a good chance to see what the players have to offer. And just being together was a boost for us before coming to Jamaica. We did a lot of tactical work trying to get right mix and approach for the games.”

He expects every game to be challenging but warns that T&T will not be fazed by the opposition.

“We know the tournament will be challenging. You look at teams like the US and Panama, they are the big ones in our group but Jamaica is always tough and Guatemala and Aruba are here for the same reasons we are. which is to do well and qualify.

We have to ensure we are ready to work right down until the end if we want to advance to the World Cup,” John ended."

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2015, 05:11:52 PM »
Rising sophomore, Ricardo John, wraps up summer play with Trinidad and Tobago U-23 National Team
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Ricardo John, a rising sophomore on the Virginia Tech men’s soccer team, recently wrapped up summer competition with the Trinidad and Tobago U-23 National Team. In the team’s last match, John scored a pair of goals in a 5-0 win over the host Puerto Ricans.

The “Soca Warriors” failed to advance out of pool play with Puerto Rico and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The three teams were competing for a spot in the 2016 Olympic Games through qualifying pool play. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines won the group with a 1-0-1 record. John’s Trinidad and Tobago squad went 1-1-0 while Puerto Rico went 0-1-1.

The native of Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago, appeared in 17 matches as a freshman last season for the Hokies, earning 13 starts. He garnered third-team All-South Region honors, earned All-ACC third-team honors and ACC All-Freshmen team honors. He was also named to Soccer America’s All-Freshmen second team and was ranked the No. 30 freshman in the country following last season by Top Drawer Soccer.

The Hokies will open their 2015 campaign in August with a trio of scrimmages before opening the regular season on Friday, Aug. 28 with a home match against UNCG at Thompson Field.
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #7 on: December 17, 2015, 02:52:26 AM »
John makes NSCAA All Star team.
By Shaun Fuentes (Guardian).


Former T&T Under-20 forward Ricardo John has been was named to the American NSCAA All-South Region Third team for the second straight season.

John of Virginia Tech started 16 games for the Hokies this season and scored three goals while adding two assists. A great offensive threat, His 1.53 shots on goal per game made him tied for 35th in the nation and second amongst those in the ACC. John also recorded a total of 50 shots this season which put him 68th in the nation at 2.94.

This season, John scored a goal in Tech’s road upset of then-No 10 Xavier as well as the game-winning goal in a 5-1 defeat of Cincinnati. He had an assist in the Hokies’ 2-1 win at Virginia Military Institute and also in the 4-1 home defeat of preseason Colonial Athletic Association favorite Delaware.

John competed in the 2015 Pan American Games this past summer in Toronto as a member of the national team. He has also been a member of T&T’s U-20 World Cup Qualifying team

and also competed with the U-23 national team, taking part in Olympic qualifying.

During his freshman campaign last season, he scored a team-high five goals and added an assist on his way to earning All-ACC Freshman Team honours and All-ACC Third Team.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2016, 11:49:26 PM »
John has joined Bankers Central FC in this transfer window and scored his first goal against Point Fortin Civic tonight.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2016, 12:10:24 AM »
he quit school ???
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #10 on: January 16, 2016, 01:01:44 AM »
he quit school ???

No idea. But there seems to be a trend where a good few players on scholarships in the US return home before finishing.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #11 on: January 16, 2016, 06:36:16 AM »
Would love to find out more on this development. If im right I think he was supposed to have 2 more years.

Maybe he decided the time is now, and he wanted to go pro and maybe finish school after.


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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #12 on: April 18, 2016, 09:12:01 PM »
He went back to school this semester but is back at Central now.

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Ricardo John to sign professional contract with Central F.C.
« Reply #13 on: April 25, 2016, 06:30:32 PM »
Ricardo John to sign professional contract with Central F.C.
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Virginia Tech men’s soccer player Ricardo John has announced his intentions to turn professional and sign a contract with Central F.C. of the TT Pro League in his native Trinidad and Tobago.

John, a sophomore from Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago, becomes the 15th player to either sign a professional contract or be drafted by Major League Soccer after playing during Mike Brizendine’s 10-year tenure as a coach at Virginia Tech. John concludes his two-year career at Virginia Tech having played 34 games with 29 starts. The forward scored eight goals and had three assists.

“We’re thrilled that Ricardo has been able to take this next step in his playing career. I always hate to see one of my players leave this great university without a degree but I'm excited for Ricardo and this opportunity. Few players get the opportunity to fulfill their childhood dream of becoming a professional player and I know I speak for my staff and the team in wishing him nothing but the best,” Brizendine said.

John started 16 games for the Hokies this season and scored three goals while adding two assists. He was named to the NSCAA All-South Region Third team for the second straight season. His 1.53 shots on goal per game made him tied for 35th in the nation and second amongst those in the ACC. John also recorded a total of 50 shots this season which put him 68th in the nation at 2.94.

This season, John scored a goal in Tech’s road upset of then-No. 10 Xavier as well as the game-winning goal in a 5-1 defeat of Cincinnati. He had an assist in the Hokies’ 2-1 win at Virginia Military Institute and also in the 4-1 home defeat of preseason Colonial Athletic Association favorite Delaware.

John was named Named to Trinidad and Tobago's U-20 World Cup Qualifying Squad and also competed with the Trinidad and Tobago U23 National Team as part of Olympic qualifying in the summer of 2015. John donned his country’s colors as he played n the Pan Am Games in Toronto in July 2015.

In 2014, John was named to the NSCAA All-Freshman Second Team while being All-ACC Third Team and All-ACC Freshman Team. He tied for the team lead in points with 11 as he scored five goals with one assist. He scored the game-winning goals against Wake Forest and George Washington. He also scored a goal and added an assist against NC State.
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #14 on: April 25, 2016, 07:27:59 PM »
 1. ???

2. Fairly sure his scholarship at V Tech was valued more than his pay in the Pro League. 

3. Waiting on the next announcement.
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #15 on: April 25, 2016, 07:41:49 PM »
Ricardo John confirms loss of Virginia Tech scholarship; targets foreign pro deal
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Former Trinidad and Tobago National Under-20 and Under-23 Team striker Ricardo John is aiming to earn a professional contract abroad, after losing his football scholarship at Virginia Technical Institute.

John, who is 21 years old, confirmed that the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) opened an investigation into his eligibility, after he represented Central FC in a handful of Pro League games in January, during his school holidays.

The tall, pacy striker did not have a contract when he played and was an unpaid player for the “Couva Sharks.” However, it was a costly decision.

“The NCAA found a problem with how I played for Central, so the school filed a complaint,” John told Wired868. “I would have been ineligible (to play for Virginia Tech)… I didn’t know it would be against the (NCAA) rules once I didn’t sign a contract (with Central).”

John, who was in his sophomore year at Virginia Tech, was selected on the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) All-South Region Third-Team in the 2014 and 2015 seasons. He was doing a degree in hotel and tourism management.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #16 on: April 25, 2016, 08:21:37 PM »
1. ???

2. Fairly sure his scholarship at V Tech was valued more than his pay in the Pro League. 

3. Waiting on the next announcement.
The article above is accurate in how things went down, the NCAA investigated how he played at Central over Christmas break and ruled as ineligible to play as a student athlete.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #17 on: April 25, 2016, 08:33:48 PM »
he quit school ???

No idea. But there seems to be a trend where a good few players on scholarships in the US return home before finishing.

Intriguing.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #18 on: April 25, 2016, 08:37:48 PM »
Central has a former D-I athlete running things ... in the form of Sancho. Ouch. How could this happen?
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #19 on: April 25, 2016, 08:51:49 PM »
To even entertain the thought of playing on a pro team where players receive money was dangerous. They tried to avoid it by him not having a contract but this was always going to be the outcome. He tried to have his cake and eat it to, but unfortunately it backfired for his university career.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #20 on: April 25, 2016, 08:55:03 PM »
Did Central have injuries at the time?

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« Reply #21 on: April 25, 2016, 09:15:41 PM »
Did Central have injuries at the time?
I think that when he first played was around the time that Central lost Guerra and Plaza.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #22 on: April 28, 2016, 04:25:49 AM »
The Ricardo John scholarship lesson.
By Alvin Corneal (Guardian).


If the young footballers do not take a hint after hearing of the young (Central FC) player, then it will be worth your while to find out.

Ricardo John is a young T&T player whose desire to earn a bachelor’s degree at an American university by way of a scholarship. Unknowingly, he played for the Central FC in the champions’ league before he decided to accept a scholarship from Virginia Technical University.

I suppose it was because he was influenced by fast talking coaches who did not know the rules pertaining to the University rules which forbid scholarship students to participate in Football in any professional fashion and organisation prior to accepting attendance for scholarship.

This has occurred at a very opportune time where the urge to respond to requests from the prop league clubs has attracted the attention of the youngsters who are not even aware of the rules.

John has learnt his lesson and it is good that he has publicised his mistake because there have been others who have also been rejected in a similar manner and had to return home without a degree and to restart their careers.

Today, there are many young very promising players who are awaiting scholarships at various universities and continuing their Academy participation until they are eligible and acceptable for scholarships, (whether it be football, swimming, track and field, basketball or any other sport).

Only recently, great emphasis was made regarding the prospective recruits who are encouraged to join the Pro League clubs in order to be exposed to the national youth teams.

The young talented ones who are making an organised headway to university scholarships in the USA, are under the impression that they will not be considered for selection in our National Youth programs.

Naturally, we do not have the best teams on the field because of this dilemma and one can only hope that a most obvious exposure will be given to these outstanding players who are just awaiting scholarships abroad.

As we speak, there are more than eight students whose ability should have attracted the powers that be for the present youth teams, and parents should be keen in taking a closer look at this situation in order to allow your children the opportunities which are available.

It is interesting to reflect on the number of scholarship winners over the past two decades, and continue their professional careers after they have graduated. If you doubt me, ask, Ian Bain, Alvin Henderson, Neil Williams, Keith look Loy, David Nakhid, Garnet Craig, Veron Skinner, Shaka Hislop, Graeme Rodriguez, Garth Pollonais, Brian Haynes, his brother Frank Haynes, who now has a doctorate and lecturing at a top university in South Carolina, USA. I can go on with Julius James, Brent Rahim, Leston Paul and add another 30 others over the past three years. They have obtained an education and also excelled on the professional arena.

I hope that the owners of professional clubs will make it their duty to inform the youngsters whom they are approaching before they become another Ricardo John.

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #23 on: April 28, 2016, 10:12:53 AM »
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Ricardo John is a young T&T player whose desire to earn a bachelor’s degree at an American university by way of a scholarship. Unknowingly, he played for the Central FC in the champions’ league before he decided to accept a scholarship from Virginia Technical University.

A departure from the facts.

Nonetheless, I agree with the implicit lesson being pointed to by Corneal.

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Only recently, great emphasis was made regarding the prospective recruits who are encouraged to join the Pro League clubs in order to be exposed to the national youth teams.

A crafty tie-in.  ;D

P.S. The people at The Guardian seem not inclined to proofread and edit, despite ample evidence that such a practice is needed.
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #24 on: April 28, 2016, 06:08:24 PM »
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Ricardo John is a young T&T player whose desire to earn a bachelor’s degree at an American university by way of a scholarship. Unknowingly, he played for the Central FC in the champions’ league before he decided to accept a scholarship from Virginia Technical University.

A departure from the facts.

Nonetheless, I agree with the implicit lesson being pointed to by Corneal.

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Only recently, great emphasis was made regarding the prospective recruits who are encouraged to join the Pro League clubs in order to be exposed to the national youth teams.

A crafty tie-in.  ;D

P.S. The people at The Guardian seem not inclined to proofread and edit, despite ample evidence that such a practice is needed.
A quote from the Wired 868 piece
"Before the session started, the non-Pro League players were asked to stand up in front of their teammates.

“(The TTFA president) asked them what is the reason they are not with a Pro League club,” said the observer, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “The first two boys were Shim and St Hillaire and they said they were at academies and were focusing on improving their football with those academies.

“Then ‘Pappy’ said he was in Form Five and wanted to have some time to focus on exams. To which, John-Williams said ‘you are focusing on exams but you are here at national training (…) and just like you made a choice the coach has to make a choice’.

“He focused on Pappy for such a long time that he never got to ask Quinn Rodney why he was not at a Pro League club.”

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Toronto FC II sign Ricardo John
« Reply #25 on: August 04, 2016, 07:37:48 PM »
Toronto FC II sign Ricardo John
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Toronto FC II announced Wednesday that the club has signed forward Ricardo John to a USL contract. As per club and league policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. He will be added to the roster upon receipt of his work permit and visa.

“Ricardo has been training with both our first and second teams over the past few weeks and has fit in well within the group,” said Toronto FC II Head Coach Jason Bent. “He is a player that has good pace and can add a new dimension to the team’s attack.”

John, 21, most recently signed with Central F.C. of the TT Pro League in April of 2016. Prior to signing with Central F.C., John spent two seasons at Virginia Tech University. He appeared in 34 matches, starting in 29, registering eight goals and three assists for the Hokies. During his collegiate career, John was named to the NSCAA All-South Region Third Team for the second straight season in 2015. During the 2014 season, John was named to the NSCAA All-Freshman Second Team, All-ACC Third Team and All-ACC Freshman Team.

John was named to Trinidad and Tobago's U-20 World Cup Qualifying squad and also competed with the Trinidad and Tobago U-23 national team as part of Olympic qualifying in the summer of 2015. John represented his country at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

TRANSACTION: Toronto FC II signed forward Ricardo John to a USL contract on Thursday August 4, 2016.

RICARDO JOHN

Position: Forward
Height: 6’3
Weight: 170
Birthdate: April 10, 1995
Birthplace: Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago
Nationality: Trinidad and Tobago
Last Club: Central F.C.
How Acquired: Signed with Toronto FC II on August 3, 2016
Pronunciation: “REE-CAR-DO JON”
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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #26 on: August 04, 2016, 09:18:04 PM »
Glad for Ricardo, all the best!

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #27 on: August 29, 2016, 07:05:05 AM »
WATCH: Ricardo John scores a brace in his Toronto FC II debut

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Re: Ricardo John Thread
« Reply #29 on: August 29, 2016, 09:00:43 AM »
That second goal shows determination and hustle!!

 

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