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English People of Trinidad and Tobago Descent: Billy Ocean, Chris Birchall, Bobby Zamora, Danny Cipriani, Shaka Hislop, C. L. R. James Source Wikipedia

English People of Trinidad and Tobago Descent: Billy Ocean, Chris Birchall, Bobby Zamora, Danny Cipriani, Shaka Hislop, C. L. R. James

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Published August 16th 2011
ISBN : 9781155807881
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38 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Billy Ocean, Chris Birchall, Bobby Zamora, Danny Cipriani, Shaka Hislop, C. L. R. James, Sam Mendes,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Billy Ocean, Chris Birchall, Bobby Zamora, Danny Cipriani, Shaka Hislop, C. L. R. James, Sam Mendes, Tony Warner, Sonique, Eamonn Walker, James Vaughan, Henry Sylvester-Williams, Wiley, Jlloyd Samuel, Clem Curtis, Trevor McDonald, Gavin Hoyte, Keith Khan, Don Warrington, Kevin Austin, Lenora Crichlow, Thomas Ince, Wayne Gerard Trotman, Derek B, Amanda Ghost, Steffon Armitage, Trinidadian and Tobagonian British, Darcus Howe, Kyle Hogg, Ian Cox, Marcus St Hilaire, Lennie James, Cec Thompson, Ronnie Mauge, Rudolph Walker, Cathy Tyson, Yolande Beckles, Corinne Skinner-Carter, Pete de Freitas, List of Trinidadian Britons. Excerpt: Christopher Chris Birchall CM (born 5 May 1984 in Stafford) is an English-born Trinidadian footballer who currently plays in midfield for Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy. Forging his career with local club Port Vale, he earned worldwide recognition by playing at the 2006 FIFA World Cup for Trinidad and Tobago - the country of his mothers birth. His exploits lead to a move up the leagues to Coventry City later that year. After short loan spells with Scottish side St. Mirren and Carlisle United, he moved on to Brighton & Hove Albion. In 2009 he moved to the United States to sign with MLS club Los Angeles Galaxy. Birchall attended Alleynes High School in Stone, Staffordshire, and started his career with Port Vale, having been associated with the Burslem based club since the age of nine. He made his debut under Brian Horton on 12 September 2001, replacing Neil Brisco 79 minutes into a 2-0 Second Round exit of the League Cup at Charlton Athletics The Valley stadium. On 20 April 2002 he made his league debut, again replacing Brisco, this time in a 1-0 defeat by Brighton at Vale Park. He made two Second Division appearances in 2002-03, both away defeats. The teenager earned his first ...