I had planned my column this week to revisit some of the top European football leagues, and of course the Champions League final where the most entertaining club in Europe – Liverpool – was unlucky to lose to Real Madrid; Salah’s injury was a massive game changer. Those of you who know me are well aware that I have been a lifelong Liverpool fan since the days when Roger Hunt was bulging the old onion bag with goal after goal. But we will save the top European leagues for another time and I will preview the upcoming 2018-2019 season after the World Cup.
JAMAAL Shabazz, Trinidad and Tobago women’s football team coach, has hailed the maturity of the squad during their campaign, in Group C of the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship Qualification Caribbean Zone phase.
Shabazz hints at reinforcements for qualifiers
“Suddenly I have started to smile, I have not been smiling for a long time since I came back in women's football,” said T&T women’s head coach Jamaal Shabazz.
Crisis? What crisis?
A potentially tricky assignment was last night transformed into a “coming out” party at the Ato Boldon Stadium, where the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team put a humbling 13-0 whipping on their Grenadian counterparts.
Despite a dogged 3-0 win over Dominica in the Concacaf Caribbean Women’s Qualifiers on Monday at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, coach Jamaal Shabazz has said his biggest test in the tournament will come from St Kitts/Nevis on Friday when the team meet in a 6:30 pm contest.
Trinidad and Tobago secured first place in Group C of the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s Qualifiers with a business-like 13-0 victory over Grenada in Sunday’s final group match at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Trinidad.
Trinidad and Tobago recorded their second successive win in CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s World Cup qualifying Group C action on Monday at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
T&T and St Kitts/Nevis shared the points from a 1-1 tied in a hotly contested Concacaf Caribbean Women's Qualifying encounter at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva last night.
Shabazz says Under-20 players not committed
Attempts are being made to convince midfielder Maylee Attin Johnson and Akheela Mollon to return to the T&T Women’s team currently competing for the top spot in Group C of the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s Qualifiers at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.