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Jlloyd Samuel, former Aston Villa and Bolton player, killed in car crash

Former Aston Villa and Bolton defender Jlloyd Samuel has died in a car crash, Cheshire Police have confirmed.

Samuel, 37, a Trinidad and Tobago international, played for Villa between 1998 and 2007 and spent four years at Bolton.

He also had spells with Iranian clubs Esteghlal and Paykan.

Cheshire Police said officers had been called to a serious collision involving a van and a Range Rover in High Legh, Cheshire at 07:55 BST.

"Sadly the driver of the car, Jlloyd Samuel, 37, from Lymm, died at the...


Trinidad and Tobago's 2002 World Cup failure down to Dwight Yorke - Simoes

Dwight Yorke returned to the squad for the 2006 World Cup and is seen in action against England.

Former Trinidad and Tobago coach Rene Simoes has told ESPN Brasil that he excluded Dwight Yorke and Russell Latapy from his squad in 2001 because the pair drank heavily the evening before a training session.

Simoes caused a shock when he announced that Yorke, then at Manchester United, and Latapy, at Scottish club Hibernian, had been axed from his squad in June that year.

Ahead of a key World Cup qualifier against Jamaica, Simoes told reporters the duo had failed to attend a training session --...

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Miguel Almiron named MLS newcomer of year as Kenwyne Jones retires

Take a look back at the best moments from Miguel Almiron's 2017 MLS season where he earned Newcomers of the Year honours.
Relive all Atlanta United's spectacular goals during their inaugural season in MLS.

Atlanta United midfielder Miguel Almiron was named Major League Soccer's Newcomer of the Year on Monday, the same day veteran forward Kenwyne Jones announced his retirement from soccer.

Almiron, 23, was a huge reason for expansion Atlanta's success in 2017 after his move from Argentine club Lanus in the summer, as he helped the club reach the postseason in its debut season.

The creative midfielder, who scored nine goals and added 14 assists, was part of a devastating attack under first-year coach...


Ex-CONCACAF chief Jack Warner after U.S. loss: 'I wanted to party'

Omar Gonzalez explains his own goal that put the United States behind in their loss to Trinidad & Tobago.

Former CONCACAF president Jack Warner has called Trinidad and Tobago's historic defeat of the United States in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday the happiest day of his life, while adding that "nobody in CONCACAF likes the U.S."

Last-placed T&T extinguished the U.S.'s hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia with an improbable 2-1 upset in Port of Spain. The defeat marked the first time since 1986 the Americans will not participate in sport's biggest showpiece.

And T&T native Warner,...