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1995 Caribbean Cup
The 1995 Caribbean Cup (known as the Shell Caribbean Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the seventh edition of the Caribbean Cup, the football championship of the Caribbean, one of the CONCACAF zones. The final stage was hosted by Jamaica and Cayman Islands. Preliminary qualifying round ''Netherlands Antilles'' advances with a 7–5 aggregate score. Qualifying round Qualifying Group 1 (in Dominican Republic) ---- ---- Qualifying Group 2 (in French Guiana French Guiana ( or ; french: link=no, Guyane ; gcr, label= French Guianese Creole, Lagwiyann ) is an overseas department/region and single territorial collectivity of France on the northern Atlantic coast of South America in the Guianas ...) ---- ---- Qualifying Group 3 First round ---- Second round Qualifying Group 4 First round ---- Second round Qualifying Group 5 First round ---- Second round Final tournament First round Group A ---- ---- Group B ---- ---- ...
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Angus Eve
Angus Eve (born 23 February 1972) is a Trinidadian former professional footballer who is the head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national team since 2021. With 117 caps he is his country's most capped player of all time. Playing career Eve played with Joe Public of Trinidad, on loan from Chester City of England. Eve is Chester's most capped player, although many of his caps were won while out on loan and he only made 14 Football League appearances for Chester in the 1999–2000 season. They were relegated at the end of the season, with Eve missing several games because of international duty. Eve made his debut for the Trinidad and Tobago national team in a 4 April 1994 Copa Caribe game against Barbados. He went on to become a monumental figure for the national team. He earned 117 caps in those years, scoring 34 goals, and helped lead the team in three different rounds of World Cup qualifiers. He retired from international football after not being considered for the Tr ...
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Aruba
Aruba ( , , ), officially the Country of Aruba ( nl, Land Aruba; pap, Pais Aruba) is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands physically located in the mid-south of the Caribbean Sea, about north of the Venezuela peninsula of Paraguaná Peninsula, Paraguaná and northwest of Curaçao. It measures long from its northwestern to its southeastern end and across at its widest point. Together with Bonaire and Curaçao, Aruba forms a group referred to as the ABC islands (Leeward Antilles), ABC islands. Collectively, these and the other three Dutch substantial islands in the Caribbean are often called the Dutch Caribbean, of which Aruba has about one-third of the population. In 1986, it became a Kingdom of the Netherlands#Constituent countries, constituent country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and acquired the formal name the Country of Aruba. Aruba is one of the four countries that form the Kingdom of the Netherlands, along with the Netherlands, Curaçao, ...
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Victor Castillo Vicioso
The name Victor or Viktor may refer to: * Victor (name), including a list of people with the given name, mononym, or surname Arts and entertainment Film * ''Victor'' (1951 film), a French drama film * ''Victor'' (1993 film), a French short film * ''Victor'' (2008 film), a 2008 TV film about Canadian swimmer Victor Davis * ''Victor'' (2009 film), a French comedy * ''Victor'', a 2017 film about Victor Torres by Brandon Dickerson * ''Viktor'' (film), a 2014 Franco/Russian film Music * ''Victor'' (album), a 1996 album by Alex Lifeson * "Victor", a song from the 1979 album ''Eat to the Beat'' by Blondie Businesses * Victor Talking Machine Company, early 20th century American recording company, forerunner of RCA Records * Victor Company of Japan, usually known as JVC, a Japanese electronics corporation originally a subsidiary of the Victor Talking Machine Company ** Victor Entertainment, or JVCKenwood Victor Entertainment, a Japanese record label ** Victor Interactive ...
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Pedro Aquino
Pedro Jesús Aquino Sánchez (born 13 April 1995) is a Peruvian professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Liga MX club América and the Peru national team. Club career Sporting Cristal He made his senior league debut for Sporting Cristal on 2 June 2013 in a Peruvian Primera División 0–2 away loss at Cienciano. Lobos BUAP On 22 July 2017 Aquino made his Liga MX debut against Santos Laguna playing 76 minutes in the 2-2 draw. Club León He signed for Club Léon in June 2018. He made his debut on 21 July 2018 against Tigres UANL. Club América On 1 January 2021, Aquino signed for Liga MX side Club América on a permanent deal from Club León. Aquino has been a regular and reliable player for America throughout his time there. International career He made his debut for the senior national team on 1 September 2016 in a 0–2 loss to Bolivia in the 2018 World Cup qualifying round. In May 2018, he was named in Peru’s provisional 24 man squ ...
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Pablo García (Dominican Republic Footballer)
Pablo Garcia may refer to: Sports * Pablo García (baseball) (1923–1997), Cuban professional baseball player * Pablo García (basketball) (born 1946), Cuban basketball player * Pablo García (footballer, born 1977), Uruguayan football defensive midfielder * Pablo García (footballer, born 1985), Spanish footballer * Pablo García (footballer, born 1999), Uruguayan football midfielder * Pablo García (footballer, born 2000), Spanish football left back * Pablo García (luger) (born 1967), Spanish luger Others * Pablo García Baena (1921–2018), Spanish poet * Pablo Marcano García (born 1952), Puerto Rican painter * Pablo García Pérez de Lara (born 1970), Spanish filmmaker * Pablo García (musician) (born 1976), Spanish guitarist and member of the band WarCry * Pablo P. Garcia (born 1925), Filipino politician * Pablo John Garcia (born 1967), his son, Filipino politician * Pablo García Cejas (born 1982), Uruguayan serial killer See also * Juan Pablo García (born 19 ...
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Santo Domingo
, total_type = Total , population_density_km2 = auto , timezone = AST (UTC −4) , area_code_type = Area codes , area_code = 809, 829, 849 , postal_code_type = Postal codes , postal_code = 10100–10699 ( Distrito Nacional) , website Ayuntamiento del Distrito Nacional Santo Domingo ( meaning " Saint Dominic"), once known as Santo Domingo de Guzmán and Ciudad Trujillo, is the capital and largest city of the Dominican Republic and the largest metropolitan area in the Caribbean by population. As of 2022, the city and immediate surrounding area (the Distrito Nacional) had a population of 1,484,789, while the total population is 2,995,211 when including Greater Santo Domingo (the " metropolitan area"). The city is coterminous with the boundaries of the Distrito Nacional ("D.N.", "National District"), itself bordered on three sides by Santo Domingo Province. Founded by the Spanish in 1496, on the east bank of the Ozama River and then moved by Nicolás de Ovando ...
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Estadio Quisqueya
Quisqueya Stadium Juan Marichal is a baseball stadium in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. It is often used as a multi-use stadium. Football club Atlético Pantoja used the venue for their inaugural Caribbean football championship match. The Quisqueya holds about 14,469 people after its renovation. The Dominican League of Baseball Authority is in charge of its management. It is the only stadium in the Caribbean region to host two different baseball teams, Tigres del Licey (''Licey Tigers'') and Leones del Escogido (''Chosen One Lions''). Its field dimensions are 335 feet at the foul poles, 383 feet at the power alleys, and 411 feet at center field. It was built in 1955 as Estadio Trujillo, during the Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina dictatorship, taking the Bobby Maduro Miami Stadium as the design base. The stadium was renamed Estadio Quisqueya Juan Marichal, after the former Major League Baseball player and Hall of Famer Juan Marichal. Early statistics in the Estadio Quisqu ...
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Andres Roldan
Andres or Andrés may refer to: *Andres, Illinois, an unincorporated community in Will County, Illinois, US *Andres, Pas-de-Calais, a commune in Pas-de-Calais, France *Andres (name) *Hurricane Andres * "Andres" (song), a 1994 song by L7 See also * * *San Andrés (other), various places with the Spanish name of Saint Andrew *Anders (other) *Andre (other) *Andreas (other) Andreas is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: * Andreas (comics) (b. 1951), pen name for Andreas Martens, comic artist * Andreas (parish), a parish in the Sheading of Ayre, Isle of Man ** Andreas, Isle of Man ...
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Osmín Hernández
Osmín Hernández Hernández (born 27 June 1970) is a Cuban retired footballer. Club career Hernández played his entire career for local side Pinar del Río, except for half a season in Germany with Bonner SC, when then Cuban leader Fidel Castro approved for the whole Cuban team to join the German 4th level side for part of the 1998/99 season. He also had a trial with Olympique Marseille along with compatriot Lázaro Darcourt in 1998, only for a Cuban official to prevent them to sign professional terms. Then, he had a season in the Norwegian third tier with Fløy alongside another Cuban, Serguei Prado. Back in Cuba, he was the league's top goalscorer in 1996 and 1997. International career One of the leading players of the Cuban team during the 1990s, he made his international debut for Cuba in 1995 and has earned a total of 46 caps, scoring 12 goals. He represented his country in 18 FIFA World Cup qualification matches (1 goal) and was a non-playing squad member at the 1998 ...
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Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic ( ; es, República Dominicana, ) is a country located on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean region. It occupies the eastern five-eighths of the island, which it shares with Haiti, making Hispaniola one of only two Caribbean islands, along with Saint Martin, that is shared by two sovereign states. The Dominican Republic is the second-largest nation in the Antilles by area (after Cuba) at , and third-largest by population, with approximately 10.7 million people (2022 est.), down from 10.8 million in 2020, of whom approximately 3.3 million live in the metropolitan area of Santo Domingo, the capital city. The official language of the country is Spanish. The native Taíno people had inhabited Hispaniola before the arrival of Europeans, dividing it into five chiefdoms. They had constructed an advanced farming and hunting society, and were in the process of becoming an organized civilization. The Taínos also inhab ...
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Netherlands Antilles
nl, In vrijheid verenigd"Unified by freedom" , national_anthem = , common_languages = Dutch English Papiamento , demonym = Netherlands Antillean , capital = Willemstad , year_start = 1954 , year_end = 2010 , date_start = 15 December , date_end = 10 October , event_start = Established , event_end = Disestablished , event2 = Secession of Aruba , date_event2 = 1 January 1986 , p1 = Curaçao and Dependencies , flag_p1 = Flag of the Netherlands.svg , s1 = Aruba , flag_s1 = Flag of Aruba.svg , s2 = Curaçao , flag_s2 = Flag of Curaçao.svg , s3 = Sint Maarten , flag_s3 = Flag of Sint Maarten.svg , s4 = Caribbean Netherlands , flag_s4 = Flag of the Netherlands.svg , legislature = Parliament of the Netherlands Antilles , title_leader = Monarchs , leader1 = Juliana , year_leader1 = 1954–1980 , leader2 = Beatrix , year_leader2 = 1980–2010 , title_representative = Governor , representative1 = Teun Struycken , year_representative1 = 1951-1956 (fir ...
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Willemstad
Willemstad ( , ; ; en, William Town, italic=yes) is the capital city of Curaçao, an island in the southern Caribbean Sea that forms a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It was the capital of the Netherlands Antilles prior to its dissolution in 2010. The historic centre of the city consists of four quarters: the Punda and Otrobanda, which are separated by the Sint Anna Bay, an inlet that leads into the large natural harbour called the Schottegat, as well as the Scharloo and Pietermaai Smal quarters, which are across from each other on the smaller Waaigat harbour. Willemstad is home to the Curaçao synagogue, the oldest surviving synagogue in the Americas. The city centre, with its unique architecture and harbour entry, has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. History Punda was established in 1634, when the Dutch captured the island from Spain. The original name of Punda was ''de punt'' in Dutch. The city was constructed as a walled city. I ...
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