Jamaica's Jorginho James gets MLS Combine nod

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (December 29, 2015) – Twenty-one-year-old Jorginho James, a Jamaican footballer who plays for Harbour View FC and the Jamaica National Football Team as a midfielder, is the lone standout from the first two legs of the MLS Sponsored Caribbean Football  Union Combine.

James has been selected to attend the MLS Combine in South...

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2015 MLS Combine to be held across three islands

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua (December 7, 2015) – The third consecutive MLS sponsored Caribbean Football Union Combine will be held across three countries instead of one central venue as in previous years, starting with St. Kitts from December 13-16. The other venues are Curacao (December 17-20), and Martinique (January 1-4).

Twenty-four players have been...

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CFU All Stars named most outstanding in group

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The Caribbean Football Union All-Star U19 team’s aim of representing the region well enough to make people take note was seemingly met even as inclement weather caused an abrupt end to the 2015 Copa Rayados tournament.

The organizers awarded the combined regional side the winning medals, having adjudged them the most...

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CFU All-Star U19s two for two at San Antonio tourney

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (November 27, 2015) – The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) All-Star U-19 team racked up a second win in as many matches in the 2015 Copa Rayados, beating Puma FC of El Paso, Texas 3-1 when both sides met on Friday.

The Pumas got off the mark within the first 10 minutes of the game and managed to take their 1-0 lead into the...

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CFU All-Star U19s win Copa Rayados opener

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (November 26, 2015) – The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) AllStar U-19 team got off to a flying start Thursday, defeating RSA Rayados from San Antonio 4-3 in penalties after being deadlocked nil-all at the end of regulation time.

The goal scorers for the CFU were Raejac Joseph and Jacob Bordon, USVI; Shavorn Phillip, Antigua...

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CFU sends All-Star U19 team to 2015 Copa Rayados

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua (November 20, 2015) – A 19-member Caribbean Football Union (CFU) All-Star U19 team will contest the November 25-29, 2015 Copa Rayados – a tournament and scouting initiative – in San Antonio, Texas with the aim of being such exemplars of talent that scouts will be drawn to the region, Head Coach Lenny Lake said. Lake, who is the...

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Update on CFU Teams progress in CONCACAF U-20 Championship

Trinidad & Tobago is holding up the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) flag high after their undefeated run and four points after two games in Group A of the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship preliminary games played at the National Stadium, in Kingston, Jamaica. Games in this group continues today, Wednesday, January 14 with a triple header...

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Group B of 2015 CONCACAF U-20 continues today

Group B of the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship continues at the Montego Sports Complex in St James, Jamaica, today, January 12 with a triple header.

The first game will start at 3:00pm when Canada plays Mexico, followed by the game between Cuba and Honduras at 5:30pm and the feature game at 8:00pm between El Salvador and Haiti. On Saturday...

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Caribbean teams search for victory in day 2 of CONCACAF U-20 Championship

Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and Aruba search for victory as all three Caribbean team enter day two of Group A of the CONCACAF Under-20 Football Championship today, Sunday, January 11, at the National Stadium (The Office) in Kingston, Jamaica.

At 3:00pm Trinidad & Tobago meets Aruba, Panama encounters USA at 5:30 pm and at 8:00pm Jamaica...

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