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Trinidad and Tobago Elite Under-14 programme head coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier told the TTFA Media that he is pleased with the response of his players so far, as they continue their preparations at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

“I feel like a total failure!”

“I does watch myself in the mirror every day,” former T&T national youth and senior team midfielder Jean-Luc Rochford confessed. “[I ask myself] how you come from being a national player, from scoring in a World Cup, from creating history, to being somebody who cyah even play the game they love? I feel like a total failure.”

Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke was served legal documents before his Seas the Moment fete in Tobago on Saturday, as current Chutney Soca Monarch Neval Chatelal has sued him in an effort to recover $250,000 which was lent to Yorke last year.

Head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA)/NLCB elite under-14 boys programme, Stuart Charles Fevrier, is currently overseeing the preparation of 40 male players who have been in training four days per week on an ongoing basis at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

“Swords are drawn and the venom is clear!”

“For me, it is always about finding a way for our people to work together and not be so divisive. Football has become like the streets: swords are drawn and the only thing that has not happened is bloodshed because the venom is so clear and you can see people drawing lines of division between the Pro League and Super League.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has secured two international friendlies for the Men’s National Senior Team away to Guadeloupe and Martinique during the FIFA International Window in March of this year.

The Richmond Kickers are pleased to announce that Trinidad & Tobago International and former Colorado Rapids defender Mekeil Williams has signed for the 2018 season, pending USL and USSF approval.

LIFE hasn’t been one small step for former keeper Shaka Hislop. It has been one giant leap!

Kevan George has unfinished business in Charlotte.

Indy Eleven Professional Soccer announces the signing of defender Carlyle Mitchell and forward Nathan Lewis to its 2018 roster pending federation approval. Both Mitchell and Lewis arrive in Indianapolis from Trinidadian side Central FC. 

Former Bison coach Lincoln Phillips describes him as ‘the glue’ for the NCAA title team

Lincoln Phillips can chuckle at the thought today, but the task of wrangling the diverse personalities on his star-studded 1970s Howard University soccer teams was no laughing matter at the time. “You’re talking about trying to get Jamaicans and Trinidadians and Africans on the same page at the same time,” recalled Phillips, who coached at Howard from 1970-1980 and led the Bison to its first – and still only – NCAA Division I national championship in 1974.

A NUMBER of Trinidad and Tobago footballers have joined new clubs in Europe, North America, Central America and Asia within the past fortnight.

Angus Eve hit the surface running as new Club Sando Under-18 coach, steering the young Oranges to a 3-0 win over Police FC at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training ground in Marabella on Sunday, the opening day of the 2018 Flow Youth Pro League season.

ST ANTHONY’S College won two titles when the Intercol Nostalgia Football Festival 2018 took place at the Marvin Lee Ball Park in Macoya, on Saturday.

San Juan Jabloteh ought to attract the bulk of the attention this coming Sunday as the current triple-triple champions, attempting a fourth consecutive sweep of all three divisions, kick off the new Flow Youth Pro League 2018 season away to Defence Force at Trinity College in Trincity in the Under-14, Under-16 and Under-18 divisions.

The TTFA/Nu Iron Primary Schools nationwide project will resume on Wednesday February 21st with sessions at eight venues across the country starting at 10am and running until midday.

BRENT SANCHO, owner of local football club Central FC, is hoping the new faces in his squad remain, as they shift focus to the 2018 Caribbean Club Championship Finals, tentatively set for May at a venue to be decided.

The Secondary Schools Football League, under the leadership of President William Wallace will host a one-day Stakeholders Forum on Saturday February 24th at the National Cycling Velodrome in Couva.

“For me it wasn’t about qualifying [when I accepted the job as women’s coach], it was about stability,” said Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-20 Team head coach Jamaal Shabazz.

TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Justin Latapy-George has stated his disappointment over the fact that the national women team had to pull-out of the forthcoming Cyprus Women’s Cup, which was slated from February 26 to March 8, due to financial woes.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is yet to address the struggles of the national women’s Under-20 football team at the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championships held at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, from January 18-28.

If one was not aware that T&T was hosting the final round of CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 world cup qualifiers, January 18th-28th 2018 at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, and passed by the stadium they still would not have known that the region’s top Under-20 women footballers were engaged in qualification matches for a place at the 2018 World Cup in France, August 5-24.

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Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams is mum for now despite the national Under-20 women’s team’s embarrassing early exit from the CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championships hosted here in Trinidad.

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Rank Teams Played Points
1 North East Stars 18 40
2 W Connection FC 18 33
3 Defence Force 18 31
4 Club Sando 18 30
5 San Juan Jabloteh 18 26
6 Morvant Caledonia United 18 22
7 Point Fortin Civic FC 18 21
8 Police FC 18 20
9 Central FC 18 17
10 St. Ann's Rangers 18 10

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This Day in History

Sunday, 20 February 2000

T&T, under former head coach Bertille St Clair reaches the semifinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup for the first time when they defeat Costa Rica 2-1 at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California in front of 18,062 supporters. Goals from Arnold Dwarika (26th) and Mickey Trotman insured T&T a place in the semi-finals. Mickey Trotman (RIP) scored the match winner in the 102nd minute. Paulo Wanchope (89th) scored the lone item for Costa Rica. T&T went on to lose to eventually 2000 Gold Cup champions Canada in the semis. T&T could have taken the lead but David Nakhid was unsuccessful after the T&T captain missed a penalty that was awarded to T&T in the first half. Canada however made no mistake when Mark Watson scored the winner to lead his team to the finals and as a result T&T was sent home but not in shame as the Warriors created history in their first ever Gold Cup semi-final appearance.

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Eight years ago, the Tobago Beach Soccer Championship was first hosted and at the time, was the first formal introduction of the fastest growing version of football to T&T.

Former national captain and Futsal coach Clayton Morris is encouraging skill development and teamwork by teaching inmates about Futsal at the Maximum State Prison in Arouca twice per week.