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Sons of Point Fortin loyal to Civic

Sons of Point Fortin loyal to Civic

02-09-2014 Hits:9 Point Fortin Civic FC

Coach Reynold Carrington wants to steer potential into success  Tuesday 2 September 2014All except standout defender Andre Ettienne have committed their services to Point Fortin Civic for the new TT Pro...

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Joevin Jones joins Europa League campaigners and top Finnish side HJK

Joevin Jones joins Europa League campaigners and top Finnish side HJK

02-09-2014 Hits:47 W Connection

Monday 1 September 2014DirecTV W Connection will be without the services of marquee player Joevin Jones for the start of the 2014/15 TT Pro League season, and possibly all the...

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North East centered on creating Stars

North East centered on creating Stars

30-08-2014 Hits:73 North East Stars F.C

Saturday 30 August 2014Although celebrating just one title within the last two seasons under head coach Angus Eve, North East Stars have been “successful” in reviving the club's philosophy —...

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Pro League curtain raiser in ‘El Clásico’ style: W Connection and Central to contest Digicel Charity Shield

Pro League curtain raiser in ‘El Clásico’ style: W Connection and Central to contest Digicel Charity Shield

29-08-2014 Hits:129 TT Pro League News

Friday 29 August 2014Bitter town rivals W Connection and Central FC – always an interesting duel – will trash it out when the 2014/15 TT Pro League season kicks off...

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Ataullah Guerra re-signs with Central

Ataullah Guerra re-signs with Central

26-08-2014 Hits:221 Central FC

Trinidad and Tobago international midfielder, Ataullah Guerra, has agreed a new one-year agreement with Central FC, which will see him represent the ‘Sharks’ for the upcoming 2014/15 season, inclusive of...

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Warriors and Guadelope to warm-up in Tobago ahead of Caribbean qualifiers

Warriors and Guadelope to warm-up in Tobago ahead of Caribbean qualifiers

18-08-2014 Hits:122 National Team News

T&T coach Stephen Hart to test local based pros Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s team will face Guadeloupe in a friendly international on September 6 from 4.30pm at the Dwight Yorke...

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D/Force coach, Ross Russell, in high spirits following health scare

D/Force coach, Ross Russell, in high spirits following health scare

13-08-2014 Hits:154 Defence Force

Ex-national stars among well-wishers   Defence Force head coach Ross Russell has been undergoing numerous tests and scans at West Shore Medical in Port of Spain, where he admitted himself on Tuesday...

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W Connection U16's to tackle Italy's AC Milan, Inter Millan, Udinese and Hellas Verona counterparts

W Connection U16's to tackle Italy's AC Milan, Inter Millan, Udinese and Hellas Verona counterparts

06-08-2014 Hits:219 Youth League News

Reigning Youth (TT) Pro League Under-16 champions DirecTV W Connection will compete against some of Italy's finest youth players during a 10-day tour of that country from August 28 -...

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Plaza, Winchester joins Fenwick at Belgium’s CS Vise

Plaza, Winchester joins Fenwick at Belgium’s CS Vise

28-07-2014 Hits:264 TT Pro League News

Monday 28 July 2014Trinidad and Tobago international forwards Willis Plaza and Rundell Winchester have signed multiple-year deals in Belgium with third division outfit Cercle Sportif Visé.Last week Plaza, who turns...

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Wolfe brothers Glenton and Anthony set to team-up in India

Wolfe brothers Glenton and Anthony set to team-up in India

25-07-2014 Hits:257 North East Stars F.C

Friday 25 July 2014North East Stars defender Glenton Wolfe is set to join India’s top football league where he would team-up with his younger brother, 30-year-old Anthony Wolfe, at I-League...

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St. Ann’s Rangers signs 6-year Multi Kit deal with Sportswear Company +ONE™

Rangers chairman Richard Fakoory (second from left) and Head Coach Gilbert Bateau (furthest right) during the +ONE Kit LaunchSt. Ann’s Rangers football club, on Monday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, unveiled its new club kit for the 2013-2014 season while launching a lucrative 6-year agreement with United States sportswear company, +ONE™.

The Multi-Kit deal, the first of its for a Trinidad and Tobago club, will afford St. Ann’s Rangers game-day and training uniforms , traveling kits, casual wear, training balls and kit bags; valuing US$75,000 per year.

A delighted Rangers’ chairman Richard Fakoory said, “The + ONE™ Kit agreement sets a solid foundation for our club  as we enhance our overall operations towards achieving our goals of making this community-based club one of the top three football teams in Trinidad & Tobago and by extension the Caribbean.”

“+ONE™ is very excited about this union with Rangers FC and looks forward to establishing a foothold within the Trinidad & Tobago football landscape.  We are also extremely impressed with the overall success of the St. Ann’s Rangers youth development programme over the last few years,” said Chris Anderson-Joyeau, +ONE™ CFO.

As such, +ONE™ is committing to assist the club in any area that will propel Rangers towards international recognition. While +ONE™ is also considering its name to be used alongside Rangers, along with talks for the possibility in the placement of Rangers’ players within international clubs in Europe and Asia, where +ONE™ have sponsorship commitments.

Fakoory added, “We wish, through our performance both on and off the pitch, to reward them (Chris Anderson-Joyeau and +ONE™) for the investment they have made.”

New Rangers Head Coach, Gilbert Bateau, and Operations Manager Richard Piper, both echoed Fakoory’s aspirations of rewarding the investment made by +ONE™. Both men expressed assurance to do all within their power to ensure the objective is achieved.

TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene, present at the Rangers’ Kit launch, expressed his thoughts on the +ONE deal saying, “St. Ann’s Rangers is a Club with the right vision and one which is embracing the business side of local football. Rangers have shown (that) they have one of, if not, the best youth development systems in the country and this deal will add support to the work the Chairman (Richard Fakoory) has already done with the club.”

 The League CEO also said that the knowledge gained by Rangers through the +ONE™ deal can be shared at the Pro League board level to encourage other clubs within the League to strive for same.

+ONE™ apparel includes a new functional fabric for uniforms and casual wear called COOLPLUS™ that was created using newly developed technology.  COOLPLUS™ ensures that perspiration does not accumulate on the fabric, by releasing it into the surrounding air, thus the skin stays drier longer. COOLPLUS™ fabrics will dry quickly and reduces the potential for odor and bacteriological, or mildew attacks.PLUS ONE FASHION USA, CORP. and its Trademark, +ONE™, is owned by SUNCU Trading and Investment Group HK, Ltd (STIG) of Hong Kong, China.  +ONE™ is headquartered in Florida USA, but the +ONE™ brand of products are known throughout China, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, the USA and some parts of Europe, as a high-end casual wear fashion line.  +ONE™ was advanced in the business of casual wear fashion before exploring its interest in soccer products in 2004.  The company said the brand has been making tremendous strides in the Soccer-Wear market and its products are now being worn by several National teams from countries such as: Iraq, Nepal, Barbados, French Guiana, St. Martin, Zimbabwe and Taiwan to name a few.

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