A pay dispute between the Reggae Girlz and local football governing body, the Jamaica Football Federation, is threatening the team’s participation in the regional Olympic qualifiers which begin month end.
All the bragging rights are with the old scholars of Deighton Griffith Secondary as they won the 2019 Old Scholars Bragging Rights Football Tournament recently concluded at the friendship ground. CBC’s Ann-Marie Burke reports on that final as well as the third place game.
The St. Leonard’s boys’ under-19 football team continued its dominance in Washington DC, where they won all three of their scheduled friendly matches. Facing champion teams from in and around the DC area, the Richmond lads beat out all-comers -: 4-2; 7-1; and 4-2. Striker Niall Reid-Stephen was a stand-out, scoring in each game with […]
Adrian is hopeful of starting Liverpool’s match against Southampton despite suffering an ankle injury in a collision with a pitch invader. The Spaniard, 32, was injured during post-match celebrations following the win over Chelsea in the Super Cup on Wednesday. “Today I feel much better,” Adrian told the club website on Friday. “I hope after […]
The English Premier League transfer window, a window that never simply closes but rather “slams shut,” came to an end Thursday as the country’s leading clubs splashed out £1.41 billion ($1.7 billion) during the shopping bonanza — including £170m ($205 million) on the final day alone. Just a day before Liverpool kicks off the new […]
Former vice president of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), Jack Warner, has filed a lawsuit seeking an estimated TT$16 million (One TT dollar=US$0.16 cents) from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). Warner, who had in previous years served as a special a TTFA advisor, claims in the lawsuit that he had provided […]
Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz were sent packing from the CONCACAF Gold Cup on Wednesday night, after producing a lacklustre performance to crash to a 3-1 defeat to United States in the second semi-final of the continental tournament.
A US District judge has found disgraced former FIFA vice-president Austin “Jack” Warner in default, in a US$20 million lawsuit brought against him by CONCACAF.
French Caribbean side Martinique claimed their first points of the CONCACAF Gold Cup while handing Cuba their second defeat, in a 3-0 victory here Wednesday night.
Minnows Guyana tasted defeat in their historic CONCACAF Gold Cup debut on Tuesday night when they went down 4-0 to powerhouses and co-hosts United States.