http://whadadeal.com/ Director of Women’s Football Carolina Morace and her staff saw over 50 players in their first tryout session for Senior and Under 20 Women players at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium Training Pitch on Sunday morning.
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KIMIKA FORBES is the only Trinidad and Tobago national vying for 2016 end-of-season honours in the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football Associations (CONCACAF), the regional governing body for the sport.
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Veteran Trinidad and Tobago women’s national football team winger Ahkeela Mollon successfully launched her coaching school called the M12 Football Revolution two Saturdays ago at the Penco Gardens ground, in an attempt to actualise her dream of working in a coaching capacity when she finally calls time on her career. http://prednisonevsd.com/