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T&T midfielder Joevin Jones scores the only goal from the penalty spot against Honduras in their Concacaf Zone qualifier last night at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. PHOTO: NICHOLAS BHAJAN/ CA IMAGES

Trinidad and Tobago skipper Jan Michael Williams and his teammates will have to work even harder now to advance to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Read more: DREAM FADES... as Honduras beat T&T 2-1 in W/Cup qualifier

OPTIMISTIC: CEO of the TT Pro League, Dexter Skeene.

Chief Executive Office (CEO) Dexter Skeene has said that the Trinidad and Tobago professional football league (TT Pro League) will ride out difficult times and that they are in talks with corporate stakeholders and the Government to ensure its survival.

Read more: Skeene: We will survive

TRINIDAD AND Tobago football team coach Dennis Lawrence yesterday announced a 25-man roster for the pair of 2018 FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Zone Final Round Qualifiers against Honduras, on Friday at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, and away to Panama, at Panama City, on September 5.

Read more: Lawrence announces 25-man squad to face Honduras and Panama

The Government is currently in negotiations with the organisers of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) to host this year’s CPL T20 tournament at the Brian Lara Academy in Tarouba, according to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

Read more: Rowley outlines sporting plan for TT

Dexter Skeene, long serving Chief Executive Officer of the T&T Pro League has rubbished talk of the country’s premier football competition, now in its 19th season grinding to a halt, due to a lack of financial support.

Read more: Skeene: Pro League closure talk premature

With Andrés Iniesta back from injury as Barcelona’s conductor and collagen the team looked whole again against Real Madrid. Photograph: NurPhoto via Getty Images

Less than a minute after replacing Ivan Rakitic during a strangely discordant el clásico, Andrés Iniesta had Barcelona humming sweeter harmonies again. His first act was to float to the centre, collect from Gerard Piqué and exchange a wall-pass with Lionel Messi – bam, bam, bam – which started a 31-pass move. His next was to set up Neymar for a chance he smashed over. Later he steered a glorious eye of the needle ball that Messi, with the match at his feet, screwed wide.

Read more: Barcelona’s Andrés Iniesta displays his nous and embraces brain game

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