THE CAPTAIN Paola Villamizar scored the opening goal and also set up striker Milagros Mendoza on either side of half-time, as the Venezuela women's team won the second of two friendly international football matches against the Trinidad and Tobago women 3-1 at Ato Boldon Stadium on Wednesday night.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is pleased to announce a new contract agreement with members of the National Senior Women’s Team.
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.
For the entire first half, Trinidad and Tobago senior women footballers showed only the briefest signs of active preparation, as Venezuela’s young-looking team knitted a series of short passes around the park.
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.
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“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.”
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.