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Andrews as club tour guide
Former national defender Marvin Andrews remains a hero at Scottish club Glasgow Rangers. This was evident after the club has presented their supporters with an opportunity to hear first-hand the memories of a true Rangers great with an Ibrox Tour hosted by Marvin Andrews on September 28th.
As fans tour behind the scenes of the world famous Ibrox Stadium in the company of the Rangers cult hero they will be taken back in time to hear some of his most memorable Gers moments, including Helicopter Sunday, all through the words of a man who experienced them first-hand.
In addition to your unique stadium tour fans will receive a Q&A session with Andrews, plus a signed photograph as a memento of the day.
Andrews’s career includes spells at Livingston, with whom he won the Scottish League Cup in 2004, and Rangers, where he won the double of the League Cup and the Scottish Premier League title in 2005. Most recently he played for Scottish League Two side Clyde.
Laventille United make dream start
The Miscellaneous Laventille United team has made a dream start to their debut campaign in the Northern Football Association Premier Division, winning four out of their opening four games in the League’s opening round. The Boys from Laventille have beaten Queen’s Park Cricket Club 5-3, Cultural Roots 3-1, Carenage 2-1 in Carenage and thumped Malta Carib Alcons 6-0 at Sogren Trace last weekend.
The team is currently coached by founder Cedric “Drinks” Hazelwood with Ken Elie serving as technical director. Several of the players in the current side participated in the recent Laventille Nights exhibition match involving former Brazil World Cup winning captain Cafu. Their most influential player so far has been Kareem Charles with Clint Raymond, Brad Clifton and Qualanson Archibald also making valuable contributions.
“We’ve had a brilliant start to the season with our four victories so far,” Hazelwood said. “We were prepared for a different challenge after being promoted from the first division last year and so far we’ve coped very well. It’s early days yet but we are remaining focused on our ambitions which to finish well and to keep bringing a positive light upon Laventille,” Hazelwood said.
Hoyte helps Cincinnati to top five league spot
Defender Justin Hoyte has been a regular for FC Cincinnati and was a starting member in their recent 2-2 draw with Saint Louis FC as Danni König calmly buried a penalty kick in the final minute of stoppage time to help the club to a five-game unbeaten streak and a sixth place position in the United Soccer League in the United States with a 10-9-10 (40 pts.) record.
Hoyt, a former Arsenal player, signed for Cincinnati in March following a lengthly lay off from first team football. .”To add a player that has Premier League experience is a major addition to our squad,” commented Head Coach Alan Koch. “Justin’s personality and humbleness for someone who has already achieved a significant amount in the game is enriching for our group.”