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Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« on: February 06, 2020, 08:48:04 AM »
Sheppard tricks SP Boyz in NLC tourney.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Jaiye Shep­pard scored a hat-trick to lead De­portive P.F Youths to an em­phat­ic 6-1 maul­ing of SP Boyz in their Next Lev­el Con­sult­ing (NLC) Lim­it­ed Un­der-19 Di­vi­sion Com­mu­ni­ty In­vi­ta­tion­al Foot­ball Tour­na­ment quar­ter­fi­nal at the Ma­haica Oval, Pt Fortin on Sat­ur­day.

Shep­pard who at­tends Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do was vot­ed as the 2019 Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League af­ter his 14 goals on the sea­son helped claimed the Co­ca-Co­la South zone In­ter­Col crown and first-ever Na­tion­al In­ter­Col ti­tle for his school.

The trio of Ezekiel Ke­sar, Yohan Ro­mano, and Rae­sean Paul were al­so on tar­get for De­porti­vo P.F Youths who will now meet Gas­par­il­lo Youths in the semi­fi­nals at the Ma­yaro Recre­ation Ground on Feb­ru­ary 8 from 1.45 pm, while MaGuaya Unit­ed and DCS/Dass Trace clash in the sec­ond semi­fi­nal from 3.45 pm. Ma­lik Phillip net­ted the lone item for SP Boyz.

On Sun­day last in the fi­nal quar­ter­fi­nal at the Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um, Mara­bel­la Field 1, Gas­par­il­lo Youth won for the 11th straight match, a come-from-be­hind 2-1 tri­umph against All Blacks FC.

Jaden Grant fired All Blacks FC ahead but Gas­par­il­lo Youths got strikes from Ri­car­do Williams and Nikel Rawl­ins to se­cure the win.

DCS/Dass Trace got the bet­ter of Trend­set­ter Hawks 7-6 on sud­den-death penal­ty kicks af­ter a goal­less draw in their last-eight match-up while MaGuaya Unit­ed whipped Mas­call Foot­ball Acad­e­my 3-1.

For MaGuaya Unit­ed, Isa Bram­ble an­oth­er stand­out in the 2019 SS­FL Pre­mier Di­vi­sion for Na­pari­ma Col­lege net­ted two goals while Deck­lan Mar­celle added the third item to can­cel out Matthew-Lee Cum­mings' re­ply for Mas­call Foot­ball Acad­e­my.

Fol­low­ing the semi­fi­nals on Sat­ur­day, the third-place and cham­pi­onship games are sched­uled to be played at the Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um on Feb­ru­ary 16.

Teams in the tour­na­ment are vy­ing for $10,000 in cash prizes spon­sored by Next Lev­el Con­sult­ing Lim­it­ed, as well as, the cham­pi­onship tro­phy, medals, and oth­er prizes, while the “Most Valu­able Play­er” (MVP) of the tour­na­ment will be go­ing on tri­al in the Cana­di­an Pro­fes­sion­al League with the Hal­i­fax Wan­der­ers.

The win­ners will col­lect $5,000 while the sec­ond-place fin­ish­er gets $3,000 and third and fourth, $1,500 and $500 re­spec­tive­ly.

Tour­na­ment or­ga­niz­ers are ex­treme­ly thank­ful to spon­sors, Ram­lo­gan & Sons Sports (Cou­va & Mara­bel­la), Ram­s­ingh Sports­world, and Mar­itime Fi­nan­cial Group

Next Lev­el Con­sult­ing, Lim­it­ed is a reg­is­tered lo­cal small busi­ness spe­cial­iz­ing in res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial se­cu­ri­ty cam­eras, alarms, and gate mo­tors. We wish to in­vite oth­er busi­ness­es, big and small, to in­vest in youth, foot­ball and our lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties.

Quar­ter­fi­nal Re­sults

On Sat­ur­day (Ma­haica Oval, Pt Fortin)

DCS/Dass Trace 0 vs Trend­set­ter Hawks 0
- DCS/Dass Trace won 7-6 on sud­den-death penal­ty-kicks

De­porti­vo P.F. Youths 6 (Jaiye Shep­pard 3, Ezekiel Ke­sar, Yohan Ro­mano, Rae­sean Paul) vs SP Boyz 1 (Ma­lik Phillip)

On Sun­day (Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um, Mara­bel­la Field 1)

MaGuaya Unit­ed 3 (Isa Bram­ble 2, Deck­lan Mar­celle) vs Mas­call Foot­ball Acad­e­my 1 (Matthew-Lee Cum­mings)

Gas­par­il­lo Youths 2 (Ri­car­do Williams, Nikel Rawl­ins) vs All Blacks FC 1 (Jaden Grant)

Next Lev­el Con­sult­ing Lim­it­ed U-19 Di­vi­sion Com­mu­ni­ty In­vi­ta­tion­al Foot­ball Tour­na­ment:

Fi­nal Pool Stand­ings

Pool A

Teams*P*W*D*L*F*A*Pts
MaGuaya Unit­ed*6*5*0*1*24*7*16
SP Boyz*6*3*0*3*15*18*9
Trend­set­ter Hawks*6*1*2*3*15*15*5
Hearts of Mal­oney*6*1*1*4*9*23*4

Pool B

Teams*P*W*D*L*F*A*Pts
Gas­par­il­lo Youths*10*10*0*0*25*7*30
DCS/Dass Trace*10*6*1*3*17*9*19
De­porti­vo P.F Youths*10*4*1*5*21*12*13
Mas­call F.A*10*4*1*5*14*13*13
All Blacks FC*10*3*0*7*8*19*9
P/Town Achiev­ers*10*1*1*8*8*31*4

Up­com­ing Match­es

Semi­fi­nals (Feb­ru­ary 8.)

Venue: Ma­yaro Recre­ation Ground:

Gas­par­il­lo Youths vs De­porti­vo P.F. Youths, 1.45 pm

MaGuaya Unit­ed vs DCS/Dass Trace, 3.45 pm

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2020, 12:37:53 PM »
Who is he? What has he done and why does he have his own thread?

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2020, 03:00:51 PM »
So he is playing under 19 community  football..  :(
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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2020, 04:48:02 PM »
Shep­pard who at­tends Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do was vot­ed as the 2019 Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League af­ter his 14 goals on the sea­son helped claimed the Co­ca-Co­la South zone In­ter­Col crown and first-ever Na­tion­al In­ter­Col ti­tle for his school.

If you try to comprehend what was written, he is the SSFL top scorer for 2019. So he DESERVES a thread.

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2020, 05:01:39 PM »
Shep­pard who at­tends Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do was vot­ed as the 2019 Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League af­ter his 14 goals on the sea­son helped claimed the Co­ca-Co­la South zone In­ter­Col crown and first-ever Na­tion­al In­ter­Col ti­tle for his school.

If you try to comprehend what was written, he is the SSFL top scorer for 2019. So he DESERVES a thread.
deserves a thread for top scoring in the school league? Well thanks for clearing that nonsense up.

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2020, 05:11:24 PM »
Who is he? What has he done and why does he have his own thread?

Jaiye Sheppard

He was also 2019 SSFL overall MVP, top scorer and top five players as well as a T&T Under 17 and Under 15 team standout.... won the SSFL Premier league in 2018 and the 2019 Intercol titles for Pres which he was instrumental in.....

He is from Tobago (Roxborough), left-footed and before making the sacrifice to leave home and head to Trinidad to play for Pres Sando, he suited up for Scarborough Secondary.

At 15 he played for Tobago Phoenix and Roxborough Lakers in the TFA Premier division league. Doc might know more about him.

I took a chance with Che Benny and created a thread as well but that didn't go well or not as yet I hope....

I normally take a chance with players who I have a hunch for....

Isa Bramble, Justin Araujo-Wilson, Shoaib Khan, Kai Phillip (good striker), Tyrese Spicer, Aleem Barclay, Tyrike Andrews, Justin Cornwall, Moenesa Mejias, Kaihim Thomas (dead ball specialist), Nathaniel James, Ackeel Jacob, Mark Ramdeen, Isaiah Williams (GK) and Molik Khan is other SSFL standouts I have my eyes on....

We have a decent bunch of SSFL players, if we could somehow try to nurture that.

 ;)

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2020, 06:30:08 PM »
Shep­pard who at­tends Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do was vot­ed as the 2019 Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League af­ter his 14 goals on the sea­son helped claimed the Co­ca-Co­la South zone In­ter­Col crown and first-ever Na­tion­al In­ter­Col ti­tle for his school.

If you try to comprehend what was written, he is the SSFL top scorer for 2019. So he DESERVES a thread.
deserves a thread for top scoring in the school league? Well thanks for clearing that nonsense up.

Well Breds, I don't understand what you mean by nonsense. Try as some of you may,  the SSFL is still an important part of our football. Yes, things need to change, but we don't have the money to have academies like the Euros.  And it will continue to be that way until the proleague set up their own academies with qualified teachers. You cannot prevent students from playing for their schools.

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2020, 09:43:14 PM »
Who is he? What has he done and why does he have his own thread?

Jaiye Sheppard

He was also 2019 SSFL overall MVP, top scorer and top five players as well as a T&T Under 17 and Under 15 team standout.... won the SSFL Premier league in 2018 and the 2019 Intercol titles for Pres which he was instrumental in.....

He is from Tobago (Roxborough), left-footed and before making the sacrifice to leave home and head to Trinidad to play for Pres Sando, he suited up for Scarborough Secondary.

At 15 he played for Tobago Phoenix and Roxborough Lakers in the TFA Premier division league. Doc might know more about him.

I took a chance with Che Benny and created a thread as well but that didn't go well or not as yet I hope....

I normally take a chance with players who I have a hunch for....

Isa Bramble, Justin Araujo-Wilson, Shoaib Khan, Kai Phillip (good striker), Tyrese Spicer, Aleem Barclay, Tyrike Andrews, Justin Cornwall, Kaihim Thomas (dead ball specialist), Nathaniel James, Ackeel Jacob, Mark Ramdeen, Isaiah Williams (GK) and Molik Khan is other SSFL standouts I have my eyes on....

We have a decent bunch of SSFL players, if we could somehow try to nurture that.

 ;)


okay thanks for this information

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2020, 05:01:49 AM »
Who is he? What has he done and why does he have his own thread?

Jaiye Sheppard

He was also 2019 SSFL overall MVP, top scorer and top five players as well as a T&T Under 17 and Under 15 team standout.... won the SSFL Premier league in 2018 and the 2019 Intercol titles for Pres which he was instrumental in.....

He is from Tobago (Roxborough), left-footed and before making the sacrifice to leave home and head to Trinidad to play for Pres Sando, he suited up for Scarborough Secondary.

At 15 he played for Tobago Phoenix and Roxborough Lakers in the TFA Premier division league. Doc might know more about him.

I took a chance with Che Benny and created a thread as well but that didn't go well or not as yet I hope....

I normally take a chance with players who I have a hunch for....

Isa Bramble, Justin Araujo-Wilson, Shoaib Khan, Kai Phillip (good striker), Tyrese Spicer, Aleem Barclay, Tyrike Andrews, Justin Cornwall, Kaihim Thomas (dead ball specialist), Nathaniel James, Ackeel Jacob, Mark Ramdeen, Isaiah Williams (GK) and Molik Khan is other SSFL standouts I have my eyes on....

We have a decent bunch of SSFL players, if we could somehow try to nurture that.

 ;)


okay thanks for this information

He was 14 when he entered the U17 program. I think Jaiye was the 2nd youngest player in that pool I believe.
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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2020, 07:07:13 AM »
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Guys Chealsealife is winding you up....he knows exactly who Jaiye Sheppard is.

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« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2020, 09:55:23 AM »
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Guys Chealsealife is winding you up....he knows exactly who Jaiye Sheppard is.
Yes I do. I'm born and bred in Tobago, and a lot of Tobago players don't get any attention. It's usually Trinidad when everything is going right but Trinidad and Tobago when it's not. But good to see the kid getting a lil forward. There's a youth by the name of Kwame Mc Dougall playing for stokely vale in Tobago as well. Actually born in the US but came here a lil over a year ago. Idk who to reach out to but he's worth a look for a youth team. He's 18 or 19. Wrong thread I know

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2020, 01:03:54 PM »
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Guys Chealsealife is winding you up....he knows exactly who Jaiye Sheppard is.
Yes I do. I'm born and bred in Tobago, and a lot of Tobago players don't get any attention. It's usually Trinidad when everything is going right but Trinidad and Tobago when it's not. But good to see the kid getting a lil forward. There's a youth by the name of Kwame Mc Dougall playing for stokely vale in Tobago as well. Actually born in the US but came here a lil over a year ago. Idk who to reach out to but he's worth a look for a youth team. He's 18 or 19. Wrong thread I know

Try and get some more info on Kwame Mc Dougall, position, club and anything else you can provide and post it here. Tallman will pick up on it.

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« Reply #12 on: February 23, 2020, 08:38:34 AM »
Tobago youth determined to be successful even if that means moving to Trinidad.
By David "Doc" Reid (Socawarriors.net).


SWO introduces Jaiye Sheppard - A Tobago bright-spark.

Jaiye was born February 16, 2002, to Clint and Asha Sheppard. From an infant growing up in Roxborough, Tobago, football was his primary love and he was nearly always seen with a ball except in situations where possessing a ball would be deemed inappropriate.

In 2011, when Jaiye was nine years old, he made his debut for the Roxborough Lakers U-13 team
in the newly formed National Youth League (NYL) Tobago Zone. That same year, he also participated in the Republic Cup U-13 competition.

The following year he again represented the Club but this time in the NYL U-14 competition. In 2013, the NYL folded, and the only competition available to Jaiye and other youth footballers in Tobago was a reformed Republic Cup competition which offered fewer games to participants. He played in this edition of the Cup with the Roxborough Lakers U-15 team.

Jaiye was conceding as much as 4 years to some of his teammates and opponents and a lot of size (he was quite small physically), yet he didn’t seem out of place.

Throughout this time, Jaiye also represented his school – St. Barnabas Anglican in the Tobago Primary Schools Competition.

To continue the development of the Lakers’ youth players, an elite team was formed, comprising the most promising players from the U-15 and U-17 teams with a few U-19 players. The only opportunities available were in the adult Village leagues.

The team made its first appearance in the Goodwood League in 2013. Jaiye didn’t make any appearances, as Lakers staff thought he was not quite ready.

In 2014, with his parents’ blessings, he played in all the games for the Lakers Development team and also played in the Georgia League that same year.

His time on the pitch and his responsibilities were geared towards helping him to navigate this new physically and technically challenging environment where he was now competing with players as much as three times his age. He relished it and began to display qualities of technical maturity.

The Roxborough-born, left-footed player was adjudged the “Most Promising Player” in the League, walking away with the trophy awarded to him at the end of the competition.

This experience certainly was good preparation for his next challenge to come. He was a first former at Scarborough Secondary School and was immediately drafted into the team's senior roster for the 2014 SSFL Tobago Zone season.

In 2015, he picked up where he left off. Brimming with confidence, familiarity with the League and a determination to make a bigger impression than he has made to date.

He took the Georgia League by storm and could very well have been the biggest “draw” at the League.

There was a concern about his ability to handle his increasing popularity with the local supporters. This
was soon dispelled as his focus was always on improving his performances and played to the “gallery” very infrequently. This time it was no surprise that he repeated as winner of the “Most Promising Player” Award.

Next, was the Tobago Screening for players born in 2000 and 2001 for selection to the Pool of
players from which the National U-15 T&T team would be selected from. He was encouraged to attend so that he would become familiar with the process of National team screening.

Never to be denied, Jaiye was one of five (5) Tobagonian players selected. Unfortunately for him, funding problems of the National Football governing body made it impossible for him to attend training sessions that were ongoing in Trinidad. Not for the first time the Tobagonians were denied the opportunity to stake their claims for inclusion in a National Sport team.

The year closed with some indifferent performances by his Scarborough Secondary School team – early favourites to cop the Tobago Zone Championship. They walked away empty handed.

Jaiye continuing his football education with lesson that came with the agony of the defeats that derailed their once promising season.

In 2016 it was much better as another screening session was held to select players for the National U-17 team. Jaiye was again successful.

They were now able to join the player from the previous year’s U-15 team who were training as a squad for more than a year.

He was making his mark, demonstrating his technical competence, while never shrinking from the physical battles that came with the territory.

He had a couple years of experience that he gained in the Georgia League and Tobago Zone SSFL that were serving him in good stead.

The coach of 1976 Phoenix FC came calling and persuaded Jaiye’s parents to have him join the ranks of the Super League Club.

However, more disappointment came and was lurking around the corner. This time the National coach was
dismissed and when training resumed under his replacement, the Tobago players were not invited. That team failed at the first hurdle.

And now 2017, more National team screenings. Nothing new here for Jaiye, right?

The format was changed though, 50 players were selected and Jaiye was among them as was expected. A new National U15 team, 2 years later, there he was with the U15s again. The story board was looking the same too.

Training was going on in Trinidad. The “Trini” players involved, but the Tobago players were not. Yes, more funding problems.

It was now Easter vacation, and with Jaiye’s parents smarting from the experience of 2015. They together with the other parents of the Tobago players that were invited, funded the travel for the youngsters to go to Trinidad to train with the National team.

Jaiye was selected, and was off to the Cayman Islands in May for his first International tour, representing Trinidad and Tobago U-15s at the Cayman Airways International Cup. He was now facing off against players from clubs like; Champions Manchester City and DC United.

Buoyed by his successes, his parents continued to fund his weekly trips to train with the National team – a truly noble sacrifice!

Jaiye was again selected to represent the National U-15 team in the Concacaf U-15 Tournament in Florida, USA during the first half of August. The team got eliminated, but the post-mortem revealed that Jaiye was the Trinidad and Tobago player that stood out at the tournament.

He then returned to Tobago and early enough that he would get a chance to represent his boyhood club Roxborough Lakers one more time, making his debut in the Tobago Football Association Premier Division.

He then transferred to Presentation College (San Fernando) for both sporting and academic reasons. He represented his new school in the just concluded SSFL Premier Division, winning the zone championship in 2018 and also winning the 2019 Intercol title.

Scoring 14 goals and providing a number of assists as well. He was instrumental in helping his new school claimed the Co­ca-Co­la South Zone In­ter­Col crown and its first-ever Na­tion­al In­ter­Col ti­tle. For his effort, he was also 2019 SSFL overall MVP.

In May 2019, Jaiye represented the T&T U-17 team that participated in the 2019 CONCACAF Men’s Championship in Florida. One notable standout was scoring a double over Caribbean-rivals Jamaica that stole a sweet 3-2 victory over the young Reggae Boyz and ensured that T&T did not finished last in the Tournament.

Bringing to conclusion another exciting year in his football journey. Jaiye has achieved quite a lot for his age already. The sobering thought is that he has only just begun to tap into his vast potential.

Some other Tobago-born players that stood out were: Adriel George and Keanu Boatswain, both are under the age of 18 and Kwame Mc Dougall of Stokely Vale FC.

Jaiye’s football biographical sketch

2011: Roxborough Lakers- National Youth League – Tobago Zone U-13 - Republic Cup U-13
St. Barnabas Anglican

2012: Roxborough Lakers- National Youth League – Tobago Zone U-14 St. Barnabas Anglican

2013: Roxborough Lakers- Republic Cup U-15 St. Barnabas Anglican

2014: Roxborough Lakers- Georgia League (Men) – Most Promising Player Scarborough
Secondary- SSFL Tobago Zone

2015: Roxborough Lakers- Georgia League (Men) – Most Promising Player Selected to
National U-15 Pool- Training
Scarborough Secondary- SSFL Tobago Zone

2016: 1976 Phoenix FC
TFA U-17 Youth Development Programme
Selected to National U-17 Pool- Training Scarborough Secondary- SSFL Tobago Zone

2017: National U-15 team – Cayman Airways International Cup – Cayman Islands - May --
Concacaf U-15 Tournament – Florida - August
Roxborough Lakers- Tobago Football Association Premier Division Presentation College,
San Fernando- SSFL Premier Division – Champions

2018: Presentation College, San Fernando- SSFL Premier Division - National U-16 Champions

2019: National U-17 team – Concacaf U-17 Championsip – Florida - May
Roxborough Lakers- Tobago Football Association Premier Division
Presentation College, San Fernando- SSFL Premier Division – Intercol Champions

2020: National U-20 Pool.

2020: Playing with Deportivo Point Fortin Youths - Next Lev­el Con­sult­ing (NLC) Lim­it­ed Un­der-19 Di­vi­sion Com­mu­ni­ty In­vi­ta­tion­al Foot­ball Tour­na­ment.

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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #13 on: February 24, 2020, 03:56:31 AM »
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Guys Chealsealife is winding you up....he knows exactly who Jaiye Sheppard is.
Yes I do. I'm born and bred in Tobago, and a lot of Tobago players don't get any attention. It's usually Trinidad when everything is going right but Trinidad and Tobago when it's not. But good to see the kid getting a lil forward. There's a youth by the name of Kwame Mc Dougall playing for stokely vale in Tobago as well. Actually born in the US but came here a lil over a year ago. Idk who to reach out to but he's worth a look for a youth team. He's 18 or 19. Wrong thread I know

What makes him stand out?

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« Reply #14 on: November 18, 2020, 02:05:41 PM »
Any news on this yongster,  has  Jaiye ever  been invited to train with the national team ?

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Re: Jaiye Sheppard
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2020, 03:37:45 PM »
He has not been called up for national training. which to me is a big oversight.
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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #16 on: January 20, 2021, 06:54:11 AM »
I hope he does not quit the sport  ......
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Re: Jaiye Shep­pard Thread.
« Reply #17 on: January 20, 2021, 10:58:11 AM »
Coach Fenwick talks a lot about getting young players. So, why isn't this guy training with the national team? Where are all the U-17 and U-19 players from two years ago?
Never, never, ever give up! Go T&T Warriors!

 

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