“First of all, here the mood is good because we are in a beautiful hotel and it’s the first time that the players are staying together since we began training,” Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team head coach Carolina Morace told the TTFA Media. “We are doing some team building that helps the players to get to know each other better and they are appreciative of that.”
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s head coach Carolina Morace says her squad is settling into a level of preparation that is conducive to international football and she expects their will be continued improvements in fitness levels and tactical awareness.
While the Senior Men’s Team is in the midst of World Cup qualifying action, the Women will also be brought into action as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has secured two international warm up matches against Venezuela’s Senior Women’s Team on March 26th and March 29th at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The games will kick off at 4pm and 7pm respectively.
Members of the Senior Men’s and Women’s Team recently underwent a full medical surveillance conducted by the Healthnet and Lab Medica Group, an existing partner of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
Members of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s Team have embraced Head Coach Carolina Morace and her staff and are putting in endless hours on the training pitch as they engage in an ongoing training programme at the Mannie Ramjohn and Ato Boldon Stadiums.
“Roti is culture, being late is not culture. It's a bad habit.”
It is always a bit of an eye-opener when foreign eyes survey the local environment and present a very different perspective on attitudes and behaviours.
“Slow down! Appreciate the little things in life, and take not what you have today for granted.” That was the advice given by the former national woman footballer, Tamar Watson, as she launched the Brick-House Youth Mentorship Programme at Vessigny Secondary School on Friday.
National Women’s coach Carolina Morace believes that her players are on the right path to being prepared for taking on the rigours and demands of international women’s football.
You think because you are blonde and beautiful that you don’t have to work hard?”