Former Trinidad & Tobago SKIPPER Anthony Rougier clinches second title in a row with NEFC New England Futbol Club

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 15: Trinidad and Tobago player Anthony Rougier (R) fights for the ball against Guatemala’s Everaldo Valencia (L) during the second half of their Gold Cup match at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles 15 February, 2000. (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO Vince BUCCI (Photo credit should read VINCE BUCCI/AFP via Getty Images)

Former Trinidad & Tobago captain Anthony Rougier has won his second title in a row with the NEFC New England Futbol Club with the . Another very amazing achievement in addition to this is that according to the official NEFC New England Futbol Club official page 5 players in the previous year were promoted into the New England Revolution Pro Academy last year and filled those slots with players already within the NEFC system. The sealed the title on June 5th.

In addition to his coaching acumen, Anthony Rougier has received a very positive response from the players and parents of the players during his time there, and continues to grow. He has expressed his commitment to always try and work with young talent in Trinidad & Tobago and open potential doors to them career-wise.

Anthony Rougier has had 65 caps and has played for clubs like Hibernian, Reading FC, and Brentford among many other clubs.

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