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FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT: Coach Dennis Cox, second from right, with a few of his charges at the Beach Camp, Palo Seco, including national players Levi Garcia, left, and Judah Garcia, right, both of whom came up through the youth ranks at Cox’s academy.

The term “give up” doesn’t exist in the vocabulary of Dennis Cox.

Throughout Trinidad and Tobago, Coach Cox (as he is endearingly referred to) is now a legend and a brand associated with local and international youth football. His academy continues to produce footballers, soldiering on in a climate of economic uncertainty in the 868.

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In this May 8, 2020 file photo, Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith tries to save a ball kicked by Terry Fenwick during the opening of the refurbished police football grounds on Long Circular Road, St James. - Ayanna Kinsale

THE TT Police Service (TTPS) corporate communications unit was granted permission to have the Commissioner’s Cup, but the TTPS said the guidelines given to host the tournament is not practical and have officially decided to “cancel/postpone” the tournament for 2020.

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Griffith calls off Commissioner's Cup.

COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith said that the second annual Commissioner’s Cup, carded to start in August, will not be played because of the suggestion by Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Roshan Parasram and Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh to not play youth sports because of covid19.

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