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Apr

11

Molly off to Western Texas

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Jamol Williams is one step closer to putting Barbadian football on the map, after receiving a scholarship to attend Western Texas College in Synder, Texas.

The 17-year-old midfielder is no stranger to the field and has come through the Under-15 and Under-17 national teams' ranks.

He also recently made his senior debut for the senior men’s national team and was a pa...

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Apr

06

Latapy: Still room for improvement

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Head Coach Russell Latapy is pleased with the three points the senior men’s football team secured, but says there is still room for improvement.

“I am delighted with the three points. I think we played well in certain areas. We just weren’t as clinical as we would like to be, as we should be, in the offensive third. From watching the game I know we had a lot of posse...

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Apr

01

National Team need to get back into training

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It is time to get back out on the pitch and back into training.

That is the view of both the President of the Barbados Football Association (BFA) and Head Coach Russell Latapy, who were both speaking during a post-game press conference earlier today.

The team returned home on Wednesday following a 21-day trip for the first leg of their FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in the Domini...

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Apr

01

Reid-Stephen for Chicago State

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Head Coach of the Barbados Football Association (BFA) Russell Latapy is thrilled national striker Niall Reid-Stephen has signed with the Chicago State University.

“I am totally delighted for him. I think what we’re trying to achieve is to make better football players and get results obviously. But we’re also trying to develop young men as well to become useful and go...

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Mar

31

Tridents dim Anguilla's Lights

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Barbados was served a taste of their own medicine when they faced Anguilla tonight in their matchup of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers' first leg. It was like deja vu and a reenactment of what happened when they played their first Qualifier against Panama. 

The Bajan Tridents waited until the last ten minutes of the Group D game to deliver and secure a much-needed three po...

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Mar

30

Latapy: Leave My Players Alone

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Head Coach of the Bajan Tridents Russell “The Little Magician” Latapy says he will take all the criticisms for the team, but has asked detractors to leave his players alone.

He was speaking from the Dominican Republic where the Barbados Football Association's (BFA) senior men contested their first game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. The team was able to hold of...

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Mar

29

Tridents ready to face Anguilla

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The senior Bajan Tridents are raring and ready ahead of their second FIFA World Cup Qualifier tomorrow night at the Felix Sanchez Stadium in the Dominican Republic. 

Pegged as favorites in the Group D matchup against Anguilla, Head Coach Russell Latapy said they were looking forward to getting some points on the board. Barbados defeated Anguilla 7-1 in 2006 during an internationa...

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Mar

28

Barbados should be Trident Proud

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All of Barbados should be proud of the Bajan Tridents.

That was the declaration made by Head Coach of Barbados’ senior men’s football team, Russell Latapy following their first game in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

The Barbados team played a hard-fought game at the Felix Sanchez Stadium, in the Dominican Republic, holding Panama off for the first 82 minutes...

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Mar

26

Harris urges support for Bajan Tridents

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President of the Barbados Football Association (BFA), Randy Harris, is calling on the public to give the senior men’s national team greater support.

He was speaking during a post-game press conference this morning following the first leg of the Bajan Tridents FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Panama last night. The Tridents held the Panamanians at bay for 81 minutes in Group D b...

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Mar

25

Tridents keep Panama at bay for 81 mins

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The Barbados senior men’s national team put in a credible performance against Concacaf’s powerhouse Panama, despite being defeated 1-0 in the opening leg of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

The Bajan Tridents who had not played any football in over a year, were able to fend off Panama, who had greater ball possession, until the final ten minutes of the game at the Felix...

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