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Dexter Skeene has resigned as chief executive officer (CEO) of the embattled T&T Professional Football League yesterday during a meeting of the Board of Directors at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

Read more: Skeene resigns as Pro League CEO

"I read a lot about it and went down to Aspire. There’s a Spanish guy there, Alberto Mendez-Villanueva, who is absolutely brilliant and helped me a lot in understanding Tactical Periodisation." (Eddie Jones, September 2017).

TGG tracked down Mendez-Villanueva to find out more about a training methodology that is also used by Jose Mourinho, Brendan Rodgers and Marco Silva...

Read more: Tactical Periodisation: The man who taught Eddie Jones

“Where did we go wrong? […] The system failing the youth.”

Read more: Ex-Pro League player, Neil Mitchell, on murder charge; coaches say system is failing youths

The Special Olympics of Trinidad and Tobago (SOTT) held its second ever Seaside Games for persons with intellectual disabilities, on Sunday, and involved events such as an Open Water Swim, an Aquathlon (run-swim-run) along with Beach Volleyball and Beach Soccer.

Read more: Seaside Games in Las Cuevas a hit

FINANCIAL PROBLEMS affecting the TT Pro League are not only being felt by the footballers and clubs involved. Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene said yesterday he too is feeling the financial pinch.

The long-serving CEO admitted in an interview with Newsday he is getting fed-up and frustrated as he has also been making tremendous sacrifices and has not been paid for several months.

Read more: Pro League CEO feels the pinch too

U.S. Soccer’s problems were apparent long before the final whistle sounded on a 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago that ended the U.S. Mens National Team’s hopes of competing in the 2018 World Cup.

Read more: Missing out on the World Cup is exactly what USMNT needed