Yorke still shooting for coaching role in England

Dwight Yorke says he is ready to manage in the English Premier League, and believes it is time for other individuals like himself to be given an opportunity to do so, according to an article in the Jamaica Observer.

The Observer reports that Yorke, who played for Aston Villa in the Premier League for a decade before making the switch to Manchester United, where he flourished under manager Sir Alex Ferguson, has been in Jamaica for the past few days as a guest of telecommunications giant FLOW, broadcast partners of the “Red Devils”.

After 14 years in UK, T&T family facing deportation over £7,000 visa fee

A Trinidad and Tobago family living in Britain, has claimed that they face being split apart because they are can't afford to pay a 'ridiculous' £7,000 (TT$62,000) visa fee.

In a report carried by the Daily Mail, Peter Dipnarine, who has lived in Edinburgh for 14 years with his wife Claire and three children, state that their residency visas expired in November 2016.

The parents, both 57 and originally from Trinidad and Tobago, have worked in England, mostly in administration, until their visas expired.

World Cup 2018: Is this England's year?

England have won the World Cup just once, in 1966. But this year, there are some stark similarities. What do you think?

Real Madrid wins European Cup
Burnley qualify for Europe
Manchester City win their league
Chelsea finish 5th
England win World Cup

Real Madrid wins European Cup
Burnley qualify for Europe
Manchester City win their league
Chelsea finish 5th
....... win World Cup


Kane double gives England 2-1 win over Tunisia

England got its World Cup campaign off to a winning start as captain Harry Kane scored twice, including in injury time, to beat Tunisia 2-1 in Volgograd.

Kane scored after six minutes to give Gareth Southgate hope the perfect start in his first match in charge of the senior England team at a tournament but Tunisia hauled themselves level through Ferjani Sassi’s penalty, hit low to Jordan Pickford’s right, before half-time.

WI's 7-wicket loss to England in ODI means no direct entry into 2019 World Cup

Jonny Bairstow struck a maiden one-day international hundred as England condemned West Indies to a seven-wicket defeat at Old Trafford on Tuesday that means the twice former champions can no longer gain direct entry to the 2019 World Cup.

West Indies, the 1975 and 1979 World Cup winners, had to take this five-match series 5-0 or 4-0 with a tie or no result if they were to avoid the indignity of a qualifying competition for the next edition in England in two years' time.