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Legal Supplement Part B-Vol, 54, No. 67-25th June, 2015
LEGAL NOTICE No. 121
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
THE LAND ACQUISITION ACT, CHAP. 58:01
MADE BY THE PRESIDENT UNDER SECTION 4(l) OF THE
LAND ACQUISITION ACT
THE LAND ACQUISITION (POSSESSION OF LAND PRIOR TO
FORMAL VESTING IN THE STATE) (NO. 31) ORDER, 2015
1. This Order may be cited as the Land Acquisition (Possession
Of Land Prior to Formal Vesting in the State) (No. 31) Order, 2015.
2. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and
Infrastructure is authorised to take possession of the parcel of land
comprising l 337.0 square metres, more or less, situate at Bridge
B1/19, Toco Main Road, in the Ward of Toco, in the County of St.
David and said to belong now or formerly to the National Insurance
Property Development Company Limited, and described in the
Notification in the Trinidad and Tobago Gazette, Legal Supplement
Part B, Volume 53, No. 98, dated 24th July, 2014, published in Legal
Notice No. 250 of 2014, before the formal vesting of the land in the
State, and to apply it to the purpose for which it is intended to be put
3. Further particulars of the location and description of the land
may be obtained from the Office of the Director of Surveys 118,
Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain.
Dated this 23rd day of June, 2015.
Secretary to Cabinet
NOTE: Section 4(2)(d) of the Land Acquisition Act requires that this Order be published and
served in the manner set out in section 3(1) and (2) respectively, of that Act.
Central FC coach Ross Russell has
blamed a lapse in concentration for allow-
ing LA Galaxy s equaliser in their final
Group D match of the 2015/2016 Scotia-
bank Concacaf Champions League at the
Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on
Central FC went ahead as early as the
third minute through Willis Plaza, but with
eight minutes left in the match, LA Galaxy
minus its star quartet of Ireland and former
Tottenham forward Robbie Keane, former
England and Liverpool captain Steven Ger-
rard, former Barcelona forward Giovani Dos
Santos of Mexico and Brazilian midfielder
Juninho salvaged a draw when US interna-
tional Alan Gordon grabbed an equaliser.
Speaking after the match, Russell, in his
first stint of coach of the reigning T&T Pro
League and Caribbean Football Union Club
Championship title holders, said even though
it was not the result he wanted he could
Russell blames lapse
not point any blame because his side
was playing against one of the con-
federation s top sides, in LA Galaxy.
Russell said, My team answered the
bell. They answered the call. We are
happy that we could come back and
get the result we got. First team or
not, that s LA Galaxy we played."
Commenting on the missed chance
by striker Nicholas Dillon, Russell a
former T&T international goalkeeper
said, "I know he (Dillon) missed an
easy chance but he was nervous, It
was a big game for him. I can t chastise
him for it.
He played well for us."
Central FC goalkeeper and captain,
Jan-Michael Williams added, "I am
disappointed because we played well."
"We got the early goal and I think
we could have held on for the win."
Williams, who was also brilliant
during his team s 1-0 win over
Guatemala s Comunicaciones a week
ago at the same venue, continued,
"The high point for us (in the CCL),
is that we didn t lose a home game.
But (the low point is that) we didn t
prepare well on and off the field from
the beginning. We could have done
better against Galaxy (even in the first-
Williams believes the introduction
of a Caribbean professional league will
help raise the standards of regional
clubs against the powerhouses of
North and Central America.
He also said that the current domes-
tic league dates puts T&T clubs at a
disadvantage being out of season when
the CCL kicks in.
Russell also thanked the turnout,
adding, "Thanks to the support from
T&T. We know it s because of LA
Galaxy that they turned up because
this is not what we usually get in the
Meanwhile, LA Galaxy coach Bruce
Arena defended his decision to leave
behind his stars and even traveling
with just five substitutes on Wednes-
"We had enough," said the former
US men s coach. "We gave our younger
players a chance. We have a game on
the weekend and we had a lot of travel
for this game. We were aware that we
could have got ourselves in trouble,
but the issue was to qualify out of the
group and we did just that.
With regards to the match, Arena
said it was an exciting contest and
Central was dangerous on the break.
"They also defended their lead well
and we were just fortunate to get back
in the game," added Arena.
"We dug ourselves a hole in the first
couple minutes of the game but I was
proud of the team in the way they
fought back in the second half, created
some good chances.
"We got the point we needed any-
way. We won the group. We would
have like the three (points) but anytime
you go on the road, these matches are
difficult and it was a good experience
for some of our young players as well.
It s nice to know we are (still) in the
competition next year."
Arena voted goalkeeper Williams as
his "Player Of The Game" and also
had high praise for Willis Plaza, Ataulla
Guerra, and 40-year-old veteran Mar-
vin Oliver, while applauding the general
effort of Central.
(SEE MATCH REPORT ON PAGE 62).
Central FC's Willis Plaza (#33) is swamped by team-mates,
Kevon Villaroel, Marvin Oliver and Nicholas Dillon after
scoring his team's opening goal against LA Galaxy in their
final Group D match of the 2015/2016 Scotiabank Concacaf
Champions League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium,
Mucurapo on Wednesday night. The match ended 1-1.
PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS.
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