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Trinidad : Carib Brewery Gives $10.million to cosa Warriors

Posted on Saturday 19 November 2005

Andrew Sabga, chairman and CEO of Carib Brewery, right, signs the agreement, committing $10 million to preparing and promoting the T&T Soca Warriors in their journey to Germany for the FIFA World Cup 2006. Looking on is FIFA vice-president and Concacaf president Jack Warner, who said he ‘flipped’ when he heard the quantum of the sponsorship. This was at a press conference in the Mandela Hall at the Centre of Excellence in Macoya yesterday afternoon.
By Exilus Deceyon
For AlterPresse
Nov. 19, 05 --- Andrew Sabga, chief executive officer, Carib Brewery Limited, whose Carib Lager is the (...)

Trinidad : Soca stars to raise $ 1 m for warriors

Posted on Friday 18 November 2005

By Exilus Deceyon
For AlterPresse
The soca fraternity will come together next Saturday to raise $1 million for the Warriors. On Wednesday history was created as the T&T team qualified for the Fifa World Cup finals for the first time after a Dennis Lawrence header earned Leo Beenhakker’s men a famous 1-0 victory in Bahrain.
The show, which is being dubbed the biggest soca event ever, will be put on by Randy Glasgow Productions and Neil “Iwer” George.
“It’s a gift from the soca fraternity to all the players,” Glasgow said in an interview yesterday.
The promoter said the idea came to him (...)

Soccer: Caribbean team makes it to Germany in 2006

Posted on Thursday 17 November 2005

Trinidad and Tobago beat Bahrain to qualify for World Cup Finals for first time
The government of Trinidad and Tobago has declared a national holiday, after the national team beat Bahrain 1-0 to qualify for the finals of the World Cup for the first time ever. Instead of going to work, the government called on citizens to go to the airport to welcome the triumphant team home
There was dancing in the streets of Trinidad and Tobago after the team qualified for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. In the capital, Port of Spain, people waved national flags and danced alongside steel-band and (...)

Soccer: Trinidad and Tobago need a win to make World Cup Finals

Posted on Tuesday 15 November 2005

By Charles Arthur
Following Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Bahrain in Port-of-Spain, the Trinidad and Tobago national team travel to Bahrain knowing that nothing less than a win in the return game on Wednesday will suffice.
Head coach, Leo Beenhakker, acknowledged his team had not played well but said all is not lost. "One side of me says it’s a little bit disappointing and on the other hand I can live with the draw simply because I know we didn’t play very well," said the former Ajax and Real Madrid coach.
Team captain, the former Manchester United star, Dwight Yorke, who now plays in (...)

Haiti - Elections : Crystal balls don’t lie

Posted on Saturday 12 November 2005

Debate
By Daniel Simidor
Submitted to AlterPresse on november 11, 2005
As I peer into my crystal ball to spy what mad new games the mad, mad, men are playing with our future, a Preval-Simeus-Bazin tandem jumps suddenly into focus, with Aristide and his nemesis in Washington both discretely approving or shouting praise.
How is that possible? What will the Constitution say? I distinctly see a silent Preval (with nothing to say) resuming his drunken presidency, while Simeus swaps passports with Latortue, singing sweetly “I’ll never renounce thee” to an eagle hovering above, and Bazin (...)

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