• Saturday Mar 01, 2014

    Trinidad forward Kevon Carter passes away

    Trinidad & Tobago's Kevon Carter (#16), shown above in a 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup match against El Salvador, passed away on February 28, 2014. (Photo: Mexsport)


    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad & Tobago -- The Trinidad & Tobago Football Association announced on Friday that men’s national team forward Kevon Carter passed away earlier that  day at the age of 30.

    Reports indicated that Carter experienced chest pains during a training session with his club, Defence Force, and subsequently suffered a suspected heart attack.

    “This is something unbelievable to all of us right now,” said Devorn Jorsling, Carter’s teammate for club and country.  “One minute Kevon was right there with us and then after we’re hearing he didn’t make it.”

    “This a massive shock for all of us but also devastating to see one of your brothers go and will not return to be with us.”

    Carter made 31 appearances for Trinidad & Tobago, scoring five goals.  He was a member of the Soca Warriors squad that advanced to the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals.

    Another Trinidad international, Akeem Adams, died on December 30, 2013, after suffering a heart attack three months earlier in Hungary.

  • Champions League

    Related News


CONCACAF Announces Details of Copa America Centenario Play-in Matches, Scheduled for January 8 in Panama

Panama vs. Cuba and Trinidad & Tobago vs. Haiti to determine Confederation’s final two entrants in historic tournament

Nicaragua’s Duarte: “We lacked for nothing”

Nicaragua was minutes away from booking a historic first trip to the group stage of a World Cup Qualifying cycle, when Simon Dawkins struck for visiting Jamaica, giving it a 2-0 win last Tuesday.

CU17 Women’s Championship logo unveiled in Grenada

Although the first ball won’t be kicked for more than four months, Grenada demonstrated its enthusiasm to host the 2016 CONCACAF Under-17 Women’s Championship, unveiling the official tournament logo on Thursday at the Radisson Grenada Grand Beach Resort.

Mexico’s Aguilar on goal: Something you dream of

Paul Aguilar couldn’t resist. He sprinted in jubilation, taking a head-first dive near a Rose Bowl field board Saturday night.

CFU U-15 Championship: Results & Scorers