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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.
NEW YORK – A Guyanese national swimmer was charged in the United States with being in possession of a quantity of cocaine that was found in his suitcase when he arrived here last month from his home country. Earlando McRae was remanded to the New York Detention center after making his first court appearance in connection with the drugs that U.S. authorities said were found in a suitcase with false sides when he arrived at the JFK International Airport on Nov. 4.
MELBOURNE, Australia – Legendary retired Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt says he is seriously weighing up a career in soccer and is currently getting in shape to undertake a possible trial at Germany giants Borussia Dortmund. The multiple-time World and Olympic champion, the most successful sprinter ever in the history of the track, has always flirted with the idea of a soccer career, but has firmed up plans following his retirement last August at the World Championships in London.
OTTAWA - Ottawa Fury FC will have plenty of continuity in their midfield heading into the 2018 season with Jamar Dixon re-signing with his hometown club alongside defender Onua Obasi, the club announced Wednesday pending league and federation approval. Both players are set to return for a third season with Fury FC and have both played instrumental roles in for Ottawa - both on and off the field. Dixon's standout performance in 2017 landed him the club's Player of the Year Award.
OTTAWA - Ottawa Fury FC striker Azake Luboyera has been called up to the Ugandan under-20 National Team. Uganda will participate in the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) U-20 Youth Championship in Zambia scheduled for December 6-16.
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