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Soca Warriors captain, Kenwyne Jones, right, will lead the charge for this country’s World Cup qualification.

Yesterday has gone and hopefully, the memories of both success and failure have been just reminders of the emotions which remain in the mind. The road ahead must now be filled with aspirations for the future which must aim at a better year on and off the sporting fields.

Read more: 2016 to be severe test for sport in T&T

EITHER PRISONS FC or Queen’s Park will walk away with the CNG National Super League Championship title today.

Read more: Super League Championship to be decided today

National senior footballer Keron Cummings speaks on his cell phone while warded at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital after being shot in the leg after returning home from a party on Saturday. Cummings was expected to join the national team in camp ahead of the Copa America Centenario match against Haiti on January 8. Photo: MARCUS GONZALES

National midfielder Keron Cummings, 27, was shot and wounded yesterday by a masked gunman, moments after he returned to his home from a boat cruise lime.

Read more: Team’s co-manager: Someone wanted to ruin Keron’s career

Jan Michael-Williams...’country will suffer the consequences if players are not paid’

T&T’s Soca Warriors will not be playing the Copa America play-off against Haiti in January as the confrontation between the Football Association (TTFA) and the national players heightened yesterday.

Read more: More money worries for Warriors

Selby Browne, vice-president of the Veteran Footballers Foundation of T&T (VFFOTT) confirmed sadness on receiving news of the passing of the organisation’s president Gwenwyn Cust, who was 74 years-old.

Read more: Former footballer Cust dies at 74

Leroy De Leon...Point Fortin Civic Centre coach

The biggest fear in the T&T Professional Football League may be realised in 14 days. A large number of clubs maybe forced to cease their operations as soon as at the end of this month, if subventions from the government are not paid.

Read more: Pro League clubs face closure by Dec 31

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