TTFA yet to decide on Cordner’s issue.

THE TT Football Association (TTFA) is yet to decide on whether or not any action will be taken on veteran national women’s team striker Kennya “Ya Ya” Cordner, after a report on her behaviour was submitted to the local governing body by team manager Jinelle James.

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Women footballers face 'Women in Sport issues'

Crit­i­cisms of T&T women's coach Shawn Coop­er on his team se­lec­tion and his coach­ing style dur­ing the CON­CA­CAF Women's Cham­pi­onship qual­i­fi­er for the FI­FA Women's World Cup next year in France did not sur­prise oth­er staff mem­bers, be­cause of whom it came from.

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Eve - 'Everything done for women to fail'

Thurs­day's 3-0 vic­to­ry by Pana­ma over T&T's women foot­ballers at the CON­CA­CAF Women's Cham­pi­onships did not come as a sur­prise to many which in­clud­ed for­mer na­tion­al play­er and coach An­gus Eve, con­sid­er­ing the tur­moil the sport has been in, and the is­sues the women faced.

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T&T's se­nior women's team will face an up­hill task to qual­i­fy for the next Women's World Cup af­ter go­ing down 3-0 to Pana­ma in its Pool B open­er of the CON­CA­CAF Women's Cham­pi­on­ship at the Sahlen's Sta­di­um in Cary, North Car­oli­na, USA, last night.

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T&T's se­nior women's foot­ball team will be joined by three play­ers in the likes of-of cen­tral de­fend­er Rhea Bel­grave, strik­er Kay­la Tay­lor and de­fen­sive mid­field­er Ayana Rus­sell in a day or so, as the team fine tunes its prepa­ra­tions for its open­ing match of the CON­CA­CAF Women's Cham­pi­onships against Pana­ma to­mor­row at the Sahlen's Sta­di­um in Car­ry in Unit­ed States.

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