CARIBBEAN FOOTBALL
music: Bob Marley- One Love

The islands of the Caribbean may not be big, but soccer is a passion here as well. Boasting some of the most talented players in CONCACAF, the players of the Caribbean, bring individual flair, passion and a natural love for the game that have made them very competitive in recent years. Players like Trinidad's Dwight Yorke & Jamaica's Andy Williams have shown abilities that have caused teams in Europe and the United States to realize that the Caribbean is just more than a place to take a vacation; it's also a place where soccer is loved and the abilities of its players will continue to command respect.
Trinidad and Tobago's Dwight Yorke
became an international superstar
with English club Manchester United
(from www.why.com.cn)



CARIBBEAN STRENGTH


The islands of the Caribbean can boast of appearances in the sporting world's largest stage, the World Cup. Cuba was an early participant in the World Cup's early stages. Haiti appeared in the 1974 World Cup and is attempting to ressurect its National Program after deacdes of ruin thanks to the Duvaliers. Jamaica suprised everyone but themselves by qualfying for the 1998 World Cup. Don't sleep on the Soca Warriors of Trinidad and Tobago.






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