Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 21st 2015 Contents A54
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sale of its 58.1% shareholding in Hardware &
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Stock Exchange. It is anticipated that the sale
should be concluded within the current financial
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T&T Slovak-based winger Lester Pelti-
er wants to see his club Slovan Bratislava
get into the top three spots in the Premier
At the moment, Slovan are in fourth
spot as they enter their final four matches
of the League.
The former Jabloteh player currently has
four goals and 12 assists for Slovan.
"We had some big changes this season
with a few young players coming into the
team and few experienced ones heading
out. We are still chasing our European
qualification dreams but we need to do
some more at the moment and get at least four wins,"
"I ve just extended by contract by one year which
terms of my performances. I m accustomed winning
trophies so this season has been a bit disappointing
in that aspect."
Peltier is eager to make his CONCACAF Gold Cup
debut as T&T looks ahead to their July 9 opener against
Guatemala in Chicago.
"I m looking forward to the Gold Cup because I ve
never played in that tournament. I really want to be
in the squad and do well in that tournament. I m still
disappointed with us coming second and losing to
Jamaica in the Caribbean Cup final. But I think we
can overcome some of that by doing well in the Gold
Cup and the World Cup qualifiers later this year."
George could be back in Crew first team
US-based Midfielder Kevan George is ready to make
his way back into the Columbus Crew first team this
This is the feeling of Crew coach Gregg Berhalter
as he looked ahead to the team s MLS encounter
against Chicago Fire this Friday as the club tries to
find a fill for the suspended midfielder Mohammed
Saeid. George has only started nine games in four
years, last appearing in a 3-0 win over Vancouver
Whitecaps last year September.
"We ll evaluate it this week," Berhalter said. "My
initial reaction is that it would be Kevan to fill in there.
We played with Michael [Parkhurst] there as well, so
we ll see.""[George] proved last year that he could do
a good job," Berhalter said. "So we ll see."
Current Crew midfielder Tony Tchani also feels
that George has earned his recall. "He s good on the
ball and he s confident," said Tchani, who will pair
with Saeid s replacement in the middle of the field.
"He s a guy that s very physical. He covers a lot of
ground. I ve played with Kevan a few times in the
past few years, and it won t be something new.
Boucaud happy with new Dagenham deal
English-based Midfielder Andre Boucaud seems to
be happy at Dagenham & Redbridge after securing a
new two-year contract earlier this month.
Boucaud joined on a free transfer from Notts County
last year but with his previous deal was due to expire
this summer, he has signed a new two-year contract
with the English League Two club.
He made 45 appearances in all competitions for the
Victoria Road outfit this year, scoring once in the 6-
6 draw with Brentford in the League Cup.
The former Notts County player will join the T&T
team next month in preparation for the CONCACAF
Gold Cup in July.
"I m quite pleased to have gotten the new deal with
Dagenham. It s been a tough, long season but personally
I feel good being at the club and I m happy here,"
"I m in good health at the moment and I m looking
forward to what s coming up with the Senior National
Team. We have a great opportunity heading into the
Gold Cup and I m very excited to see how
things go for us there."
Yorke anticipating Legends
Former Manchester United forward
Dwight Yorke is smiling ear-to-ear as he
looks ahead to the upcoming British Airways
Tobago Football Legends Tournament next
This week former Arsenal and Bolton
Wanderers player Fabrice Muamba and
England international woman player Rachel
Yankey were in T&T to promote the tour-
nament. Yankey conducted clinics in Tobago
as well as with the St Augustine Secondary School
Girls team on Tuesday. Muamba also enjoyed a morning
of golf at the Millenium Golf Course in Trincity before
meeting with the press and attending a luncheon
hosted by Flow.
Yorke meantime will welcome several former stars
who graced the English Premiership including former
United teammate Andy Cole, Patrick Viera, Gianfranco
Zola, Louis Saha and others. The Caribbean All Stars
will also feature the likes of Stern John, Russell Latapy,
Dennis Lawrence and Deon Burton.
Yorke told the Voice of Sport in England this week:
"It s the ultimate for my country. This sort of thing
does not happen very often, so to have a bunch of
Premier League players descend on the island is great.
"The people in Tobago have been working hard over
the years to make this happen. I know how passionate
the people in Tobago are about their football. It s a
big scalp for us and I m sure that all the legends will
enjoy being on the island.
"It [the tournament] can raise the profile of Tobago.
It can also enhance our global status as a country that
people can come and visit.
"The footballers who come over next month will
be working with the young people on the island and
will be encouraging them to follow their dreams.
"I am hopeful that someone, somewhere will come
out of the pack and emerge as a rising star, whether
it be in football or track and field. Having the legends
come to the island can only be a form of encourage-
Peltier eyes strong
Gold Cup for T&T
THE PRO LOOK
Shaun Fuentes is the director of communications
for the TTFA -- email@example.com
for Slovan Bratislava.
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