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Yohance Marshall has played
five matches for the T&T team and
now he is trying to play his part
in securing his first major silver-
ware in local football as he mar-
shals the Central FC defence in the
closing stages of the T&T Pro
The 28-year-old old former
Rochester Rhinos player has been
a force in the Central back line since
joining the club earlier this season.
His understanding of the game, his
particular role and his courageous
and never say die approach to the
game has made him a fixture in
Terry Fenwick s line up.
Team managing director Brent
Sancho believes the player could
play a key role in the team s aspi-
rations for a place in next season s
Caribbean club championship and
Concacaf Champions League.
"He s come into the club and fit-
ted right in," Sancho said. "Obvi-
ously he has some experience having
played in the US and in Asia and
he brings a level of maturity and
professionalism with him to Central
FC and he s helping the younger
guys around him which is a plus
for the club."
Marshall also played two games
with LA Galaxy as well as Chainat
FC in Thailand.
Central has brought in the likes
of Sean De Silva, Leston Paul, Ataulla
Guerra and Willis Plaza, who have
all played their parts in the team s
title drive in the late stretch of the
development plays a key role
Russell Latapy turned out with
his Inverness Thistle staff mates to
contribute to a training session with
school kids and said that grassroots
programmes similar to the one being
conducted by the TTFA, were
important to football development.
Latapy was part of BBC Scotland s
latest Sportsound Roadshow fea-
turing pupils from Lochardill Pri-
mary School in a master class at
Bught Park in Scotland last week.
Former Celtic goalkeeper and Ire-
land international Pat Bonner led
the session, alongside John Hughes
"It s about coming out to grass-
roots areas like this and passing on
some of the experience and knowl-
edge that we ve acquired over the
years," Latapy said.
"This is where I started playing
football---in a setting like this---and
it s really good to be here giving
something back to these young kids.
Not all of them will have the chance
to make it in professional football,
but the main thing is to get them
off the street and give them a love
for the game of football. This is
important for development espe-
cially in places like back home where
I came from."
The TTFA grassroots programme
has seen youth coaching clinics
being conducted in several areas
such as Morvant, Debe, La Brea,
Point Fortin, Manzanilla, Paramin,
Blanchisseuse and Debe.
Glen nets double against
Indian League leaders
Striker Cornell Glen returned to
his scoring ways in the Indian Pre-
mier League, scoring a double to
help Shillong Lajong to a 3-0 win
over league leaders Bengaluru FC
on Sunday evening.
Glen netted in the 81st and 94th
minute) after Uilliams had opened
the scoring for the hosts in the 46th
The big win over Bengaluru FC
pushed the to 29 points from 20
matches. The win also helps them
retain their position in the top five
of the table, while Bengaluru FC
leading the pack on 37 points. Glen s
team will next face Mumbai FC at
the Nehru Stadium on Sunday. Glen
is likely to be in the running for
selection in the Indian Super League
later this year.
Also in the Indian League, T&T
forward Anthony Wolfe opened the
scoring in the 24th minute to help
Churchill Brothers to a 3-2 win over
Pune FC, the former club of ex-
T&T defender Cyd Gray.
Shaun Fuentes is the direc-
tor of communications for the
T&T Football Association.
THE PRO LOOK
BY SHAUN FUENTES
Russell Latapy with Inverness head coach John Hughes during a Scottish
Premier League match, last week.
Yohance marshals Central back line
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