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.
Stern John has issued a note of gratitude to all persons that extended their condolences and support and stood by him during the time of mourning following the passing his his daughter Nikela John.
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.
Trinidad and Tobago Senior men’s team enter their final leg of preparations today for Friday’s crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier against Panama at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
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.
Trinidad and Tobago Head Coach Dennis Lawrence today announced his 26-man roster for the upcoming 2018 World Cup Qualifiers against Panama and Mexico on March 24th and 28th at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain.
Dennis Lawrence will take his team to the Hasely Crawford Stadium from Tuesday for training sessions ahead of the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Mexico on March 24th and 28th.
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.
NATIONAL FOOTBALL team midfielder Keron “Ball Pest” Cummings is continuing to work on his fitness, as he seeks to earn selection on the Trinidad and Tobago squad for the March 24 and 28 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Mexico respectively.