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Caribbean nationals were among the finalists for top honors in 2017 awarded by CONCACAF, soccer’s governing body for North America and Central America and the Caribbean.
MIAMI, Florida – The Caribbean Club Championship is being expanded, adding a second tier, which will result in 12 amateur soccer clubs vying for a place in the CONCACAF League and Champions League.
MIAMI, FL (December 20, 2017) - IMG, an Endeavor company, today announced that the Miami Open presented by Itau will be relocating to Hard Rock Stadium in 2019. The partnership between IMG and Hard Rock Stadium will bring an unparalleled fan experience, improved player amenities, ample parking, as well as an extended fan base to the Miami Open, a cornerstone of IMG’s events portfolio. Construction on the new tennis facilities will begin in 2018.
OTTAWA - Ottawa Fury FC made a pair of major announcements on Thursday ahead of the club’s fifth season. After serving as both interim GM and head coach since mid-August, Julian de Guzman has been appointed General Manager and has appointed Nikola Popovic (Knee-koh-la Pop-oh-vich) as the club’s new head coach.
ATLANTA, United States – Trinidad and Tobago soccer star Kenwyne Jones abruptly ended his 15-year professional career last month after Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise Atlanta United opted not to renew his contract for the upcoming season.
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