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      A commentary by Neville Bartlette   Date: Fri November 21, 2014   There certainly has been a lot of mudslinging and mistrust at the centre of the situation at the Basseterre High School. Yet there is another side to the story worth a mention.   The BHS […]

The Other Side In The BHS Saga


SUNDAY MAY 19, 2013; ANOS VALE, KINGSTOWN, SAINT VINCENT and the GRENADINES – Robertson S. Henry Operations edged out Security by one point to win the 2013 Caribbean Port Games, which was contested at the Anos Vale Sports Complex on Sunday May 19, 2013. It was not a country versus […]

2013 Caribbean Port Games Champions Are…..Operations!!


Basseterre, St. Kitts- It was a ‘must win’ situation for St. Kitts & Nevis, having already lost their opening game on Thursday to Suriname, and without hesitation, the home team came out on Saturday night, (26th November, 2011), to deliver a superb performance that resulted in an impressive victory over […]

St. Kitts & Nevis Humiliates Trinidad & Tobago



By Russell Williams In recent days there has been a lot of coverage in the British media in particular about the insensitive remarks of FIFA President Sepp Blatter on racism in football. Unsurprisingly there was a lot of outrage in the UK and quite rightly so. But as was noted […]

What Should We Make of the Sepp Blatter Racism Furore?





by Christina Savvas, Birmingham Mail A FOOTBALL manager who received an MBE for services to the community has been invited by the FA to an awards ceremony at Wembley to celebrate the most influential black people in the sport in the UK. Lincoln Moses, from Witton, Birmingham, who became the […]

Black Football Manager from Birmingham UK To Be Honoured at ...


The level of confusion and chaos surrounding the recent Football [Association] elections has surpassed anything of its kind before. There have been claims from some quarters that the elections were rigged; some people got violent, so not only accusations but, in some cases, cuffs and slaps were thrown around. Strictly […]

My Two Pence: Football Confusion