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Other notable football personalities at ..., 8 Mar 2014 [cached]
Other notable football personalities at the funeral included Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president Raymond Tim Kee and general secretary Sheldon Phillips, president of the Eastern Football Association (EFA) Wayne Cunningham, national coach Stephen Hart and his deputy Hutson Charles and national team manager David Muhammad, Pro League Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dexter Skeene and former TT players Brent Sancho, Arnold Dwarika, Ansil Elcock, Dale Saunders, Kerry Baptiste and Kelvin Jones.
(From left to right) Wendy's ..., 14 Feb 2014 [cached]
(From left to right) Wendy's Melita Sharma, Point Fortin Civic's Marcus Joseph, W Connection's Joevin Jones and coach Stuart Charles Fevrier, Blue Waters' Cassia Precilla, Point Fortin Civic coach Reynold Carrington and Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene
Blue Waters January Coach of the Month Reynold Carrington of Point Fortin Civic (centre) is flanked by Blue Waters Communications Officer Cassia Precilla (left) and TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene.
W Connection head coach Stuart Charles Fevrier (centre) proudly displays his Blue Waters November/December Coach of the Month award. He is flanked by Blue Waters Communications Officer Cassia Precilla (left) and TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene.
Warren Sookdar, Chief Information Officer ..., 9 Oct 2014 [cached]
Warren Sookdar, Chief Information Officer at First Citizens, and TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene, centre right, accompanied by players to display the prestigious First Citizens Cup during Thursday's launch of the 2014 edition.
"The collective objective is that this year's First Citizens will be the best so far," said TT Pro League (TTPL) CEO Dexter Skeene during Thursday's launch of the First Citizens Cup. "This tournament delivers a high level of performance, excitement and entertainment. It is part of the strategy to build the long term fan base of the TTPL."
Skeene said that First Citizens' support to the TTPL has been unwavering and that the League is very appreciative. He said that First Citizens understands the importance of the development of football, the nation's youth, and the sport industry.
Skeene, during his opening remarks also stated, "It is my view that youth involvement in sport contributes in no small way to the lessening of deviant behavior.
DEXTER Skeene, CEO of the ..., 28 Sept 2013 [cached]
DEXTER Skeene, CEO of the Digicel Pro League, says he is unsure of whether the mandatory ambulances at league games have the necessary equipment to deal with players suffering cardiac arrests during games.
Skeene spoke to Newsday yesterday amid the heartbreaking news on Wednesday that 22-year-old TT player Akeem Adams suffered a heart attack. "We have ambulances available at each game. I can't say offhand whether they have (defribillators) but it's something I have to find out," he said.
Skeene revealed that it is the responsibility of home teams to organise the medical personnel for each game hosted and they are fined if they fail to do so.
Quizzed whether there is any drug testing done by the Pro League, Skeene said, "No, there is none.
Pro League's Chief Executive ..., 5 Nov 2013 [cached]
Pro League's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dexter Skeene noted, in his address at yesterday's launch, "the 2013-2014 season has been very unpredictable and the games have been evenly matched, with exciting contests producing different outcomes."
He added, "this year, for the Toyota Classic, we will be utilising as many grounds as possible in the communities, to take advantage of the local crowds to continue the momentum (of developing a fanbase) which has begun during the season. Two community grounds which will be hosting First Round matches will be the Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin and the Guayaguayare Recreation Ground.
Concerning the sponsors Toyota Trinidad Limited, Skeene said, "their support has been immeasurable, going far beyond just the dollars. They have supported the vision and mission of the League."
He continued, "the Toyota Classic has always been a critical part of the Pro League calendar.
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