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FIFA vice-president Jack Warner gave assurances yesterday to a Fifa emergency committee meeting that there would be adequate security measures in place and the Under-17 World Championship could proceed as scheduled from today.

 

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He is well known for his accurate passes, ability to score goals, good ball control and speed. But when he steps onto the Hasely Crawford Stadium against Croatia tomorrow, Trinidad and Tobago's charismatic midfielder, Roderick Anthony, will take on new responsibilities. He is the man wearing the captain's armband for Team 2001.

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FIFA'S Director of Communications Keith Cooper is appealing to the 200-plus players participating in the ninth FIFA Under-17 World Soccer Championships to respect fairplay during the event.

 

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THE attitude of the members of Trinidad and Tobago team has changed so much that they will make their country proud when the championships kicks off tomorrow.

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