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In a quiet corner of West Ham United’s Chadwell Heath training ground, long after the players have left for the day, Rory Campbell is staring intently at a computer screen. The residential surroundings have changed only superficially in the 50 years since this was a second home to Bobby Moore and Sir Geoff Hurst but the complexity of the off-field preparation is transformed.

Read more: The numbers don't lie: why football clubs place such importance on analytics

MINISTER of Sport Darryl Smith yesterday disclosed that local football officials are working to get FIFA to resume its funding of the TT Football Association (TTFA).

Read more: TTFA working feverishly to regain FIFA funding

The list of candidates in the running for the Presidency of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) has been whittled down to two after Gordon Derrick was axed from the race for failing an integrity check.

Read more: Derrick ruled out of CONCACAF Presidency race after failing integrity check

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team captain Kenwyne Jones has urged “Soca Warriors” supporters not to heap too much responsibility on Levi Garcia just yet, after the 18-year-old Netherlands-based winger shone in their 3-2 win over St Vincent and the Grenadines on Friday afternoon.

Read more: Kenwyne: Don’t put too much pressure on Levi; Warriors ready to finish job

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) did not follow the ideal procedure in hiring Brian Williams as the National Under-20 Team coach, according to TTFA technical committee chairman, Dexter Skeene.

Read more: Skeene: TTFA did not follow ideal procedure in hiring Williams as U-20 coach

Olsson was left bamboozled by Cruyff at the 1974 World Cup, and the Swede admits he and his team-mates erupted into laughter after the match

Read more: Johan Cruyff dead: Jan Olsson still laughs when remembering the famous Cruyff turn that left him...

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