The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) allegedly turned to axed American coach Randy Waldrum yesterday in a vain effort to get warm-up matches for the “Women Soca Warriors” before their CONCACAF 2016 Olympic qualifying series kicks off against Guatemala on February 11 in Houston.
Trinidad and Tobago National Women’s team captain Maylee Attin-Johnson says the opportunity to correct the mistakes that may have cost this country a place at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup is upon the team for the upcoming CONCACAF Olympic Qualifiers in the United States.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago women’s footballer Maylee Attin- Johnson has pointed out that the national players were “very much saddened and highly disappointed by the (firing) of coach Randy Waldrum, for the mere fact that he was the only coach to ever publicly stand up for us.” Waldrum was fired by TT Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams on Tuesday.
This country’s National Senior Women’s Team will depart for Houston on Sunday for a live-in training camp ahead of its CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying opening match against Guatemala on February 11th at the BBVA Compass Stadium.
Head coach of the women’s senior national football team Randy Waldrum was given his marching orders by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Tuesday, and the decision has hit members of the “Women Warriors” particularly hard as the coach, who was a favourite among the team, parted ways with the squad.
The Trinidad and Tobago senior women's national football team's two-match Olympic Qualifying warm up friendlies —originally scheduled for Monday and today—against Costa Rica, was forced to cancel.
RANDY WALDRUM has. been fired as coach of the Trinidad and Tobago women football. team, according to a story on the local sporting website Wired868.
Newly appointed head coach for the Women’s National Senior Team Richard Hood says he’s ready to take on the challenge of leading this country in the upcoming CONCACAF Final Round of Olympic qualification in the United States next month.
MARIAH SHADE, the Trinidad and Tobago women’s football team striker, is currently in France on a five-month long stint with US (Union Sportive) Rouvroy, in the French Women’s League.