It was perhaps the most significant occurrence in Concacaf in 2017, definitely one of the shocking events in world football and the Road to Russia qualifying campaign and certainly a historical highlight in local footballing history.
Trinidad and Tobago cricketer, Kevon Cooper, with the help from his celebrity friends, held a Christmas party for children of The Margaret Kistow Children’s Home and St Dominic’s Home at the George Boyce Recreation Ground in Arima, on Sunday.
Former national footballer Kenwyne Jones said criticism from the national public never fazed him as he knew the hard work he put into his game.
For a second consecutive year, footballers from two of this country’s best known hot-beds of talent came together for a good cause.
Two of Kenwyne Jones’ 2006 World Cup team-mates have paid glowing tribute to the former National Team captain following the announcement of his retirement from playing on Thursday.
Former Trinidad and Tobago coach Rene Simoes has told ESPN Brasil that he excluded Dwight Yorke and Russell Latapy from his squad in 2001 because the pair drank heavily the evening before a training session.
The criticisms were harsh, and they were sometimes many, but for close to two decades former T&T striker Kenwyne Jones didn’t let it faze him. At the start of the week, he called time on his career, midweek he returned home, and yesterday morning he gave his first interview since retiring.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association extends deepest condolences to National Senior Men’s Team captain Khaleem Hyland and his family on the passing of his mother Carol. She passed away earlier today on her 65th Birthday after ailing for the past few months.
After achieving a jump of 16 places in the October 2017 rankings, T&T has dropped six spots to 89th in this month’s Fifa/Coca Cola rankings.