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National senior team defender
Carlyle Mitchel scored his first
MLS goal on Saturday but it was
not enough to help Vancouver
Whitecaps from losing 3-2 to
The 26-year-old former Joe
Public player is in his fourth season
"It s a great feeling getting my
first goal, but unfortunately we
didn t get the result," Mitchell said
after Saturday s game. "We have
Mitchell said: "It was a great
cross by Pedro [Morales] that led
to the goal. They say sometimes
you have to make your own luck
and that s what I did."
Whitecaps FC head coach Carl
Robinson said Mitchell did well.
"He did very well last week against
Seattle. Getting a goal is always
nice. We needed a goal from some-
where and Carlyle took his chance."
Meantime, Mitchell told Van-
couver press that the experience
of playing against Lionel Messi and
Argentina last month was second
"For me as a player and for us
as a team, it was a great experience
to play against some of the best
players in the world such as Messi,
di Maria, and Mascherano,That
was one of the biggest games I ve
ever played in my life. And after
that game, you realise you still have
a lot to learn."
Yorke tips hat to Costa Rica
Dwight Yorke believes that all
other countries in Concacaf, par-
ticularly T&T should take note of
the progress made by Costa Rica
with their quarter-final achieve-
ment at the 2014 World Cup Finals
Yorke, who was a guest of Fifa
in Brazil and part of the Anti-
Racism campaign, said Costa Rica
defied the odds with their per-
"What is magnificent about
Costa Rica is that what they have to
give is even more important what they
are achieving. All other countries should
take note of his achievement."
The ex-player of the "Red Devils"
has become one of the biggest sup-
porters of Costa Rica: "No one expected
them to pass the group round and yet
they have defeated three world cham-
pions. In my opinion, they are one of
the most amazing stories in the history
of the World. Therefore, I can only say
one thing: Let s go Costa Rica!!"
"What Costa Rica is doing is a feat,"
Yorke also gave his views on Luis
Suarez as he and Brazilian Cafu were
part of the press conference at which
the Fifa disciplinary committee
announced the ban on the Uruguay
"I m sure the disciplinary committee
studied the situation carefully to apply
a suitable punishment. As a player, you
don t like being bitten, spat at or
punched. It is important for people to
behave in the right way on the pitch
and the sanctions have to transmit that
message," said the former Manchester
Glenn nets double in Iceland
Forward Jonathan Glenn is currently
making a name for himself in the Ice-
landic Premier League with IB Vest-
Glenn signed a professional contract
with the club in January and is currently
the club s topscorer with six goals, with
his latest pair coming in a 4-2 win over
over Fjolnir on the weekend. Glenn
netted in the 44th and 59th minutes.
IBV are currently 10th on the 13-team
"It s been a really different but great
experience playing in the Iceland Pre-
mier League. I m learning everyday but
I ve settled in and Im quite pleased to
be among the goals. We did pretty well
to pull off the win on Sunday and hope-
fully we can go from strength to
strength," Glenn said. I m going to keep
working hard and hopefully stay fit and
keep the goals coming."
Glenn is a former player with Saint
Leo University in the United States as
well as US PDL team Panama City
Hoyte on trial at Southend
English-born national team defender
Gavin Hoyte is on trial with English
Phil Brown had confirmed in an
interview with the Echo ahead of the
Billericay Town pre season friendly that
the former Arsenal player was on trial.
Reports stated that the 24 year old
hasn t committed his future to Dagen-
ham as yet and having come on in the
second half of a recent preseason match
against Billericay and is also expected
to feature against Tottenham Hotspur.
"It would be good to get another
defender in and put pressure on the
back four for places," said Southend
boss Phil Brown.
Hoyte, who has also been linked to
Port Vale, made his debut for T&T in
the recent friendly against Argentina
and also appeared in the 2-0 loss to
• Shaun Fuentes is the director of
communications for the TTFA.
BY SHAUN FUENTES
THE PRO LOOK
Carlyle Mitchell in action during Chivas USA on the weekend. He scored
his first MLS goal in the encounter.
Mitchell delighted with first MLS goal
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