Trinidad and Tobago European-based defender Sheldon Bateau is challenging his teammates to be in their best shape for the upcoming International Friendly against Wales on March 20th at the Racecourse in Wrexham.
T&T national men's football team attacking midfielder Ataulla Guerra was one of several surprise nominees for the First Citizens Sports Foundation Awards, which will recognise dozens of this country's best performers over the past year at its annual gala on March 16.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Senior Team players have had enough of alleged broken promises by Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and will not play against Wales next March unless all debts are wiped off.
With 2019 calendar promising to be an event-filled one for Trinidad and Tobago on the international football stage, National Senior Men’s team captain Khaleem Hyland is heading into the new year with an intense anticipation which he hopes will transform possibility into reality.
Unpaid footballers fed up of TTFA’s false promises –
NATIONAL men’s football team defender Sheldon Bateau has called on David John-Williams, president of the TT Football Association (TTFA) to keep his promise and pay the outstanding fees to the T&T players, who have been owed match fees since the October 10, 2017 World Cup qualifier against the US.
Trinidad and Tobago forward Isaiah Lee is setting himself some big goals for 2019, chief among them being consistent selection of the Men’s Senior Team for a calendar year that includes the CONCACAF Gold Cup and Nations League.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team will step up their preparations for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup with an international friendly against Wales at the Racecourse Ground in Wales, home venue of Wrexham AFC, on March 20th, 2019.
Members of the Football For A Cause committee which hosted the recent charity football match for flood victims at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo paid a visit to residents in Greenvale and Oropune on Saturday to present grocery and other household items to some families that were still recovering from the tragic flooding events of October.
Trinidad and Tobago senior men’s team duo Triston Hodge and Leston Paul are joining Jamaican National Team player Ewan Grandison as the latest to sport Memphis 901 FC’s crest as its inaugural 2019 United Soccer League campaign approaches.