U-17 footballers suffer second defeat

Guyana’s Under-17 footballers suffered a humiliating 7-0 defeat at the hands of regional powerhouse Haiti yesterday in their second round Caribbean Football Union (CFU) World Cup preliminary match played in the Dominican Republic.

Guyanese Beveney scores in T&T pro league

National midfielder Shawn `Bubbly’  Beveney was on  target for his club when the Trinidad an Tobago  Digicel Pro League resumed Tuesday night after a two-week break for the Digicel Caribbean Cup Finals which ended in Martinique on Sunday.

Inclement weather puts teams in K&S tourney on even keel

- coaches say

The current inclement weather is affecting the preparation of many of the teams that will be competing in the Kashif & Shanghai football tournament but their coaches are taking solace in the fact that all teams will be entering the competition on an even keel.

King’s Jewellery rings to honour two football stalwarts

King’s Jewellery World once again granted a request of the Kashif and Shanghai Organization when it manufactured rings to honour Guyana’s football stalwarts Collie ‘Hitman’ Hercules and Charles ‘Lilly’ Pollard.

Beveney, Velox on target in T&T

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Shawn Beveney of Guyana and veteran Vincentian Kendall Velox were both on target for their respective clubs when the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League resumed on Tuesday night, following a two-week break for the Digicel Caribbean Cup Finals which ended in Martinique on Sunday.

Blatter says FIFA not corrupt, England bad losers

ZURICH, (Reuters) – FIFA president Sepp Blatter has  rejected allegations of corruption at soccer’s governing body  after Russia and Qatar won the right to host the 2018 and 2022  World Cups, calling England “bad losers” for their reaction.

Warner hints at possible Latapy exit

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Football mogul Jack Warner gave the strongest hint yet that Trinidad and Tobago head coach Russell Latapy could be axed, when he said this week that coaches needed to secure positive results in order to preserve their jobs.

Five T&T-based Guyanese for K&S opener

Five Trinidad & Tobago-based Guyanese players have been named in a 20-man Guyana All Star squad that will play Brazil’s Athletico Roraima in the feature game of the opening night for the 21st Kashif & Shanghai football tournament on December 12.

Media hurt England World Cup bid, says Warner

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Caribbean and world football mogul Jack Warner said yesterday England’s 2018 World Cup bid had been undermined by British media allegations of corruption inside FIFA.

Kashif and Shanghai not properly compensating players

-Lumumba

President of Alpha United Football Club Odinga Lumumba believes that while the Kashif and Shanghai tournament is a positive for the development of football in the country the organisers are exploiting the players’ talents and not properly compensating them.

Guinness Greatest of de Street…

Schultz and Clark score doubles for CCT

Pernell Schultz and Aubrey Clarke scored two goals each to propel Cultural Centre Tarmac Futsal Team to a comfortable victory over Meadowbrook in the Guinness Greatest of de Street competition Friday night on the Cultural Centre Tarmac.

Guinness Greatest of De Streets…

Wagner, Pedro record hat-tricks

Eight more teams registered wins as round two of the Guinness Greatest of de Street Futsal competition wrapped up at the Cultural Centre Tarmac on Tuesday night.

Jaguars whip SVG 2-0

The Golden Jaguars got their first win in Group F of the Digicel Caribbean Cup when they defeated St.

Golden Jaguars to play Guatemala in USA

New York (SMS) — Golden Guyana’s football (soccer) is set to score another major goal when it national senior men’s team play an international friendly on American soil for the first time.

Western Tigers’ Super Eight knockout tournament launched

The inaugural Super Eight Knockout football tournament which is organized by the Western Tigers Football Club was officially launched in the canteen of the club’s sponsor BK International Inc., with the handover of the first prize of the tournament.

Paul heads Camptown Football Club

Attorney-at-Law Dennis Paul is the new president of the Canmptown Football Club following the staging of the club’s annual general meeting on Monday.