Trinidad and Tobago’s football continues to slide with the latest FIFA football rankings showing the after effects of the short-lived but disastrous Tom Sainfiet reign.
Everald “Gally” Cummings, the former national player and coach has said the country does not need a foreign coach to turn around the fortunes of T&T football.
In the context of post-Saintfiet deliberations at the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), serious consideration should be given to restoring Stephen Hart to the head coaching position. It is likely that Hart has used the interval away from the role to evaluate, reflect and structure or restructure his thoughts regarding what worked, what did not work, and what will not work in attempting to qualify for Russia 2018. Not to have so reflected would defy natural human tendency.
National goalkeeper Marvin Phillip is eying a return to action before month end after being cleared to return to training on Tuesday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association wishes to advise that Tom Saintfiet issued a letter of resignation as head coach of the National Men’s Senior Team to TTFA President David John-Williams on Tuesday night. The TTFA President then referred this letter to the Technical Committee of the TTFA and the Committee recommended that Saintfiet’s resignation be accepted and be ratified by the TTFA board.
Former national captain Dwight Yorke was in esteemed company in Zurich as he joined the likes of Diego Maradona and FIFA President Gianni Infantino for a mini-tournament at the FIFA head quarters featuring some of the best players to ever play the game.
Trinidad and Tobago's senior men national football team's CONCACAF zone final round World Cup qualifying campaign suffered another setback with the resignation of newly appointed head coach Tom Saintfiet on Wednesday.
Former Trinidad and Tobago football legend Russell Latapy is believed to head the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) wishlist, as the technical committee ponders its replacement for outgoing coach Tom Saintfiet.
FORMER national footballers Clayton Morris and Angus Eve have contrasting views on the decision by FIFA to increase the number of teams participating in the World Cup to 48 teams at the 2026 edition.