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Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick said he was surprised by Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams’ decision to give his support to UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino for the FIFA presidential elections on February 26.

STEPHEN HART, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago football team, is keeping tabs on midfielder Levi Garcia, as the 18-year-old embarks on a professional career in the Dutch Eredivisie with AZ Alkmaar.

A troubled national football coach Stephen Hart maintains he will resign if he does not get the tools necessary to properly prepare the Soca Warriors to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will not be directly affected by the recent decision by FIFA to cut funding to the CONMEBOL and CONCACAF confederations respectively according to president David John-Williams.

National Senior Team defender Yohance Marshall notched his first goal for Mexican club Murcielagos in a 2-1 defeat to Tijuana in the Mexican Ascenso MX Second division League.

THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams is staying mum on the issue concerning the proposed legal action to be taken against the local governing body for football by ex-national youth team coach and technical director Anton Corneal.

Barnet defender Gavin Hoyte will be out for at least six months after rupturing his anterior cruciate knee ligament but John Akinde, Sam Togwell and Michael Nelson are fit to face Newport County this afternoon.

Jeremy Shortt and Cecil Hinds have known each other and been best friends for nearly 30 years.

It’s been a long road back for Kevin Molino since suffering a torn ACL in May of 2015. However, after enduring eight months of rehabilitation since the injury, the play-making attacking midfielder is now taking part in Orlando City's preseason training ahead of the club's 2016 season-opener against Real Salt Lake on March 6.

The San Jose Earthquakes announced today that the club has signed midfielder Cordell Cato to a new multi-year contract.

Colorado Rapids announced today that the club has signed 25-year-old defender Mekeil Williams from Guatemalan side Antigua GFC. Williams will be added to the roster pending his medical and upon receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and his P1 Visa.

Former T&T captain Duane Muckette became the latest player who has represented this country to join the professional ranks in Europe after signing with Portuguese third division club FC Barreirense earlier this week. Muckette is expected to be unveiled as a new member of the club today.

Out-of-favour T&T defender Alvin Jones is targeting reaching the group stages of this year’s Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League with reigning Digicel T&T Pro League champions, DirecTV W Connection.

INTERESTED TEAMS who will like to compete in the 2016-2017 season of the TT Pro League will have until 3 pm on February 29 to apply.

Trinidad and Tobago international Dwane Ronaldo James has been signed by Guatemala champions Antigua GFC for the rest of the 2015/16 season with the option to extend longer according to the club.

On Monday 1st February, DIRECTV WConnection FC and the Academy of Sport – High Performance Center of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Barbados Campus signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding. This agreement will see the joint establishment and implementation of various programs and projects aimed at the development of football and its supporting areas for the mutual benefit of both parties, and by extension the Caribbean. Key areas of the MOU included development of the Player, Administrator, and Coach. The Academy of Sport currently fields the UWI Blackbirds Football Club which participates in the Barbadian Premier League and will benefit directly from the partnership.

After being sacked by Central FC, veteran midfielder Marvin Oliver is now hoping to start his own coaching school to make ends meet.

No change has been reported in the situation between Central FC playmaker Marvin Oliver and the club’s administration, according to club chairman Brent Sancho in a brief interview with the Express yesterday.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) allegedly turned to axed American coach Randy Waldrum yesterday in a vain effort to get warm-up matches for the “Women Soca Warriors” before their CONCACAF 2016 Olympic qualifying series kicks off against Guatemala on February 11 in Houston.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s footballers have been engaging in double training sessions daily during their live-in training camp at the Lindsay Lyons Sports Complex in Houston.

Thirteen members of this country’s Senior Women’s Team will depart Port of Spain on Sunday morning at 9:15 am for Houston where they will be joined by eight other members for a ten-day live in training camp leading up to the CONCACAF Final Round of Olympic Qualifying action.

Trinidad and Tobago National Women’s team captain Maylee Attin-Johnson says the opportunity to correct the mistakes that may have cost this country a place at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup is upon the team for the upcoming CONCACAF Olympic Qualifiers in the United States.

This country’s National Senior Women’s Team will depart for Houston on Sunday for a live-in training camp ahead of its CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying opening match against Guatemala on February 11th at the BBVA Compass Stadium.

The Trinidad and Tobago senior women's national football team's two-match Olympic Qualifying warm up friendlies —originally scheduled for Monday and today—against Costa Rica, was forced to cancel.

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This Day in History

Sunday, 07 February 1965

Trinidad & Tobago plays its first ever World Cup Qualifier. T&T wins its encounter against Suriname at the Queens Park Oval by a 4-1 margin on goals by Jeff Gellineau 1', Alvin Corneal 28', and Andrew Aleong (38', 46').

Trinidad & Tobago became the seventh team from the Confederation to win its first-ever World Cup qualifier after defeating visiting Suriname, 4-1, at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain on February 7, 1965 (for England 1966). The T&T side joined Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico and the United States as CONCACAF sides to win a qualifying match on the first try.


Lincoln Phillips, Clement Clarke, Tyrone de la Bastide, Aldwin Ferguson, Kenneth Furlonge, Doyle Griffith, Sedley Joseph (capt.), Andrew Aleong, Alvin Corneal, Jeff Gellineau, Pat Small

Coach: Conrad Braithwaite

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National beach soccer player Chad Appoo is currently nursing a ruptured ACL but has not given up hope on representing this country as the CONCACAF Beach Soccer final round of qualifying later this year.

Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal team will face Honduras in playoff to secure a place in the CONCACAF Final round of qualification for the 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup in Colombia.