Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 Men’s Team head coach Stern John has started trimming his squad as he enters the final month of preparations for the upcoming CONCACAF Under 17 Men’s Championship at the IMG Academy in Bradenton. Florida.
Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Under 17 head coach Stern John returned home on Monday night after overseeing a TTFA Combine for U-17 Men’s players at Campbell High School in Atlanta on the weekend.
Stern John, the former Trinidad and Tobago prolific goalscorer and current Senior Men’s Team Assistant Coach has been named as the head coach of this country’s Under 17 Men’s Team.
Men’s Under 17 Head Coach Stern John will travel to Atlanta next week to oversee an Under 17 Combine for North American based players who are eligible to represent Trinidad and Tobago.
Trinidad and Tobago have been given automatic qualification into the Championship round of the CONCACAF Under 17 Men’s Championship which serves as World Cup qualification for the 2019 FIFA Under 17 Men’s World Cup in Peru.
T&T’s Under-17 footballers, who are expected to take the CSEC Exams in May could have an option of sitting it in the United States, a top T&T Football Association (TTFA) official has said.
A little too late! That, according to TT Pro League acting CEO Julia Baptiste, is the reason why the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Under-17 Team has not had its application to play in the Under-18 Division of the ongoing Youth Pro League (YPL) approved. The application simply came a little too late.
Stern John has finalised part of his technical staff for the Men’s National Under 17 team that has commenced preparations for the CONCACAF U-17 Men’s Championship and World Cup qualifiers starting May 1st at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has initiated steps to enter the National Men’s Under-17 Team into the TT Pro League’s Under-18 Division.