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US-based Duo look ahead to Friday’s WCQ with Panama

US-based Duo look ahead to Friday’s WCQ with Panama

Trinidad and Tobago United States-based duo of Kevin Molino and Kenwyne Jones are holding strong hopes of this country being able to revamp it’s World Cup qualifying drive with a victory against Panama at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Friday from 7pm.

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George: T&T need a result over Panama.

KEVAN GEORGE, Trinidad and Tobago football team defensive midfielder, has made it clear that a win against Panama on Friday is imperative for the national team to get their 2018 FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Zone Final Round qualifying campaign back on track.

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Bateau, Garcia expected to arrive today.

Trinidad and Tobago's senior men's footballers assembled for the beginning of their residential camp in Port of Spain yesterday ahead of an evening training session at the Hasely Crawford Stadium training pitch, in preparation for Friday's 2018 World Cup qualifier against Panama.

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Stephen Bradley pays attention to monitor during training on Thursday.

The physical condition of the members of the National Senior Men’s Team has been monitored in detail over the past four weeks by use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) programme overseen by Stephen Bradley, a football scientist named by Dennis Lawrence to his backroom staff. Bradley also works with StatSports, one of the world’s leading player tracking and analysis provider in elite sports.

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Lawrence pays close attention to home-based players.

The Senior Men’s Team will enter a live-in training camp from next Monday ahead of the upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Mexico but before that final roster of players assemble, head coach Dennis Lawrence and his staff will pay close attention to the form of the majority of home-based players in a couple final session heading into the weekend.

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Edwards: We’re getting There!.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team player Carlos Edwards is expecting next Friday’s 2018 World Cup qualifier against Panama to be a difficult task but not an impossible one to accomplish as Dennis Lawrence’s men go in search of three points.

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