Antigua-based University ID Combine poised to deliver scholarships

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua (November 30, 2018) – If the academic performances align to the football prowess displayed over the course of a three-day University ID Combine, no fewer than one dozen footballers from Antigua and Barbuda could be college bound for the 2019 school year.

Jaymee Highcock, men’s and women’s coach at William Penn University (NAIA...

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CFU boss Harris says Caribbean football on path for revival

The Barbadian was speaking against the background of the “rigorous efforts” to redecorate the tarnished image of Caribbean football on the administrative, transparency and governance sides.

Harris also pointed to the renewed thrust being placed by Concacaf on growth and development initiatives which, he believes, has breathed new life and hope in...

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Jamaican Coach Selected for FIFA Women’s Development Mentorship Programme

Jamaican Level II coach Toni Cowan is the only Caribbean representative amongst 35 women selected for FIFA’s Women’s Football Development Coach Mentorship Programme. The programme began on October 29, 2018 at FIFA’s House of Football in Zurich, Switzerland.

”The new project is designed to support female coaches by enabling them to acquire new...

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