Ten goal-line technology systems to be tested

BERNE, (Reuters) – Soccer’s rule-makers will consider  the results from tests on 10 different goal-line technology  systems when they meet for their annual meeting in Cardiff next  month.

FIFA rejects appeals by Temarii, Adamu

BERNE, (Reuters) – FIFA has rejected appeals from  Reynald Temarii and Amos Adamu, the suspended executive  committee members who were at the heart of a corruption scandal  which marred the contest to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

World Cup looms large over Six Nations

LONDON, (Reuters) – This year’s World Cup will cast a  long shadow over the 2011 Six Nations as the teams battle for  supremacy in the northern hemisphere.

Two for Rooney as Man Utd cruise past Villa 3-1

LONDON, (Reuters) –  Manchester United may have kept  their powder dry in the transfer window but they remain the team  to beat in the Premier League as two goals by Wayne Rooney  helped them to a 3-1 home win over Aston Villa yesterday.

Europe’s big spenders warned over transfer spree

BERNE, (Reuters) – Europe’s big-spending soccer clubs  were warned yesterday that their recent frenzy of transfer  activity could affect their ability to meet UEFA’s new financial  rules aimed at making them live within their means.

Pele outplays Conquerors for title

Western Tigers Super Eight tourney…

By Kizan Brumell Pele battled their way into the history books after enduring a tough match up against the in-form Fruta Conquerors Sunday night to emerge victorious in the inaugural Western Tigers Super Eight Knockout Competition at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground.


—- Alpha United add NAMILCO crown to Kashif and Shanghai title

lpha ‘The Hammer’ United easily sailed over  their final hurdle in the NAMILCO Football Festival Tournament to claim top honours on Friday night at the Tucville Playfield.

Pollard strike ends W Connection title hopes

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Guyanese international Charles Pollard scored the lone goal as North East ended the title hopes of former champions W Connection with a 1-0 win when the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League continued here Tuesday night.

Harry’s double propels Conquerors to semis

Western Tigers Super Eight tourney…

By Kizan Brumell A Jolyon Harry double was the back bone of the Fruta Conquerors victory over Riddim Squad on the opening night of the inaugural BK International Western Tigers Super Eight Knockout Competition at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground on Sunday night.

CONCACAF wants fourth spot in World Cup

NEW YORK, CMC – CONCACAF says it will fight for a fourth spot at the FIFA World Cup finals in Brazil, with the organisation contending Sunday that it had merited the increase based on its growth in recent years.

Hercules confident ahead of tough road

- Under20s trounce Western Tigers in friendly

The newly selected head coach of the National Under-20 team Collie Hercules is confident that the side will give a good account of itself in Suriname as it trods the ‘rocky road’ to gain a spot in the final of the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship.

Western Tigers’ Super Eight kicks off tonight

The inaugural BK International Western Tigers Super Eight football tournament kicks off this evening with a double header at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground from 6pm where four Premier League teams will begin the battle for supremacy.

FIFA hands out $40 million from World Cup to clubs

ZURICH, (Reuters) – FIFA is handing out $40 million to  clubs whose players took part in last year’s World Cup, though  that may not placate European clubs who have labelled the  fixed-payment system unrealistic.

Pele and Camptown advance to quarterfinals

21st Kashif and Shanghai Tournament…

Two intriguing games unravelled at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground last night with Pele and Sunburst Camptown Football clubs recording wins to reach the quarterfinal round of the 21st Kashif and Shanghai Football Tournament.

Latapy submits crucial report on failed campaign

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Embattled Trinidad and Tobago head coach Russell Latapy has submitted his technical report on his side’s failed Digicel Caribbean Cup campaign to football authorities here.

Berbice teams beaten but not disgraced

Berbice teams, New Amsterdam United and Rosignol United were beaten but not disgraced as Santos and Guyana Defence Force (GDF) marched into the next round of the Kashif and Shanghai Football Festival following matches Sunday evening at Blairmont Community Centre ground.

Young Warriors set up final showdown with Tamran Root

NBS Second Division 40-Over Cricket Competition

The winner of Sunday’s New Building Society (NBS) limited overs cricket competition will be either Tamran Root or Young Warriors after the latter team  completed a comfortable eight wicket win over Hopetown United in the second semi-final recently.

Tevez stays but City loses

MANCHESTER, England, (Reuters) – Manchester City  striker Carlos Tevez completed a remarkable U-turn yesterday when he committed his future to the club a week after handing in  a written transfer request.

Eto’o claims record fourth African award

CAIRO, (Reuters) – Cameroon and Inter Milan striker  Samuel Eto’o set a new landmark for individual success in  African football yesterday after being named the continent’s  Footballer of the Year for a record-breaking fourth time.

Alpha United in for a surprise

-Seawall FC’s coach Andrew Thom

Four more teams will have their Kashif and Shanghai title hopes shattered tonight when the 21st annual knockout tournament continues with two double headers at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) and Blairmont Community Centre (BCC) Grounds.

Sporting weekend falls foul of English freeze

LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain’s sporting weekend was decimated by heavy snow and sub-zero temperatures with today’s Premier League showdown between Chelsea and Manchester United among the hundreds of fixtures to be called off.