Hello and a warm welcome to The Home of Caribbean Football (THOCF), an independent website dedicated to Caribbean football, from Bermuda to Guyana, Jamaica to Trinidad and everything in between. My name is Nathan Carr and I created the site on 9th June, 2012 as a 15-year-old, when my interest in the Caribbean game truly began. I often get asked about how my interest in Caribbean football originally came about and truthfully there is no definitive answer. I’ve always been a curious person and in the summer of 2012 I realised that there wasn’t a great deal of coverage in either print or online and I wanted to change that, so I set up THOCF. Ever since I’ve been hooked, so much so that Caribbean football has become one of my biggest passions.
From the outset, our aim has been to try to provide good quality, insightful and passionate coverage on Caribbean international teams, tournaments, domestic leagues, players abroad and up-and-coming stars. I currently run the site as a hobby in my spare time. I do my best to ensure the information that you read comes from reliable sources and contacts based across the islands as well as independent research.
Background: I’ve written about Caribbean/CONCACAF football for the likes of World Soccer Magazine, the official 2014 FIFA World Cup Guide, Irish Examiner, IBWM, Caribbean & Co, Bernews, A Football Report and others. I’m regularly asked to appear on TV shows/podcasts having been a guest on Sports Tonight Live, ExtraTime TV, KISWE App with Jimmy Conrad, The Dugout Show with Jason Roberts, Reggae Boyz Commentary, Radio FBNET, Feuerstein’s Fire Show, SPN Radio and others. As well as this, I’m the co-presenter of Caribbean Football Weekly, a weekly podcast which focuses on all things Caribbean football related, released on SoundCloud and iTunes. I’m currently in my Second Year as a Sports Journalism student at Staffordshire University in Stoke-on-Trent and set to graduate in 2018. The dream is to one day work in the Caribbean covering football on a professional basis. For more on my journalistic portfolio, please visit LinkedIn.
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