Monthly Archives: January 2016

Anguilla Set For Action – Bahamas Absent: Caribbean Cup Qualifiers

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This week saw the announcement of the qualifying draw for the 2017 Caribbean Cup; a tournament that we have long had an interest in here at Worst in the World. The qualifying groups will be played in March 2016 ahead of the Finals tournament the following year.

Our interest this year focuses on Anguilla – one of world football’s smallest nations and current resident of the Worst in the World position in the world rankings. We should have had interest in two nations in this qualifying process as the Bahamas are also a current member of our club but they have declined entry to the Caribbean Cup on this occasion for reasons as yet unknown. Continue reading

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Worst in the World Tales: Timor-Leste

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‘We cannot see our first win coming in the next few years but we will never quit,’ said the coach of the Timor-Leste national team, Pedro Almeida. ‘We have no resources to keep this team together and we barely have grass to play on.’ Continue reading