Due to an overwhelming demand for game tickets, US Soccer was forced to add additional seating for the June 8th World Cup qualifier against this country’s senior men at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.
The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Senior team will return to the training field on Monday for preparations ahead of Saturday’s International Friendly with Grenada in St George’s.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men will travel to St George’s, Grenada to play the Grenada Men’s Senior Team in an International Friendly on April 29th.
Campbell says T&T defender will only get better with full time training
Daniel Cyrus will be hoping to secure a new club deal in the not too distant future as he aims to maintain the form which saw him start both of this country’s recent 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Mexico.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Joevin Jones has described this country’s 1-0 defeat to Mexico as “Unlucky” as he reflected on Tuesday’s 2018 World Cup qualifier in which his disallowed first half strike was a focal point.
Three high altitude matches awaits.
Call it wishful thinking, impossible, unwinnable, hopeless, unworkable, far-fetched, impractical or even laughable, in my humble opinion, Trinidad and Tobago could very well still secure a place at next year's World Cup in Europe.
After witnessing the first 20 minutes of the contest against Mexico, it would have been difficult to recognise the difference between the two teams. Maybe it was the most electrifying atmosphere that these young “Trinis” have experienced.
Telemundo Deportes’ “Rumbo al Mundial” World Cup Qualifying match between T&T and Mexico which was broadcast on March 28, was delivered before an audience of 1.75 million total viewers of which 937,000 were adults between the ages of 18-49, according to Nielsen.
“Unlucky” was how national football coach Dennis Lawrence described Tuesday’s 1-0 loss to Mexico in the World Cup Qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.