For Trinidad & Tobago goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams, the sting of being eliminated from the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup via penalties was more painful than the hamstring strain that kept him out of the Soca Warriors’ last two games in the competition, including that setback to Panama in the quarterfinals.
CONCACAF Champions League
TORREON, Mexico – Santos improved to 5-0-0 in Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League (SCCL) openers with a 4-0 victory over visiting DirecTV W Connection on Tuesday at the Estadio Corona.
COUVA, Trinidad & Tobago – To more than a few fans of Trinidadian football, Central FC’s involvement in the 2015/16 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League (SCCL) will represent a reunion of sorts.
Reigning T&T Pro League and Caribbean Football Union Club Championship title-holder, Central FC has added veteran striker Kerry Baptiste formerly of Play Whe San Juan Jabloteh Also joining the line-up are ex-Pt Fortin Civic FC duo, striker Marcus Joseph and midfielder Andre Ettienne.
Point Lisas Industrial Estate, Couva. June 2nd 2015. Point Lisas Industrial Estate, Couva. June 2nd 2015. DIRECTV W Connection FC Technical Director/Head Coach Stuart Charles Fevrier has welcomed the challenge of facing Mexican and Costa Rican teams in the Scotia Bank 2015/16 CONCACAF Champions League.
A 25 MAN DIRECTV W Connection FC team have arrived in Torreon, Mexico where they will kick off their first game of their 2015/2016 Scotiabank Concacf Champions League Campaign against Mexican powerhouse Club Santos Laguna tomorrow.
Newly crown T&T Pro League and CFU champions Central FC have been drawn into Group D of the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) alongside reigning MLS Cup champions LA Galaxy and one of Guatemala's most successful team Comunicaciones FC.
Odds stacked against T&T Clubs.
Both Trinidad and Tobago Professional League clubs W Connection and Central FC were hit with a jaw dropping fixture when the CCL fixtures came out today revealing that both teams will play it's first two games away from home.
Talk has become action or so we hope. David John Williams, owner of Trinidad and Tobago Pro League club W Connection, and former 2006 World Cup player and ESPN football analyst Shaka Hislop are the chosen members on a CONCACAF task force designed to begin a feasibility study on the potential of a Caribbean professional football league.