In spite of ongoing concerns with the T&T Football Association, the country's Women's football team will commence its departure today for the Concacaf Women's Championship in the United States which is a qualifier for the FIFA Women's World Cup in France next year.
It is expected that a number of concerns which were raised by some members of the board of directors of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) will be addressed today at a meeting called by its president David John-Williams at the Home of Football, Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva at 4 pm to faciliates Tobago's representative.
Since the day of achieving the challenge to compete in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying series, most fans were looking forward to the quality of play which we saw in Jamaica could be raised in order to meet and beat USA, Mexico, after taking their three points from Panama in the opener.
FORMER head coach of the T&T senior national women’s team Randy Waldrum has written to the TT Football Association to express his interest in rejoining the team, saying he is “not too concerned with his financial package” if he is to be considered and that there are prerequisites that come with his offer.
Minister Cudjoe warns TTFA, players…
SHAMFA CUDJOE, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, has issued a warning to both the TT Football Association (TTFA) and the national women footballers that the recent scenario involving both parties must never happen again.
20-member squad named for CONCACAF Women’s Championship but…
A 20-member national squad has been named for the CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which will be contested in the United States from October 4-17.
It’s been a long wait for Trinidad and Tobago, but finally they have an opportunity to cast aside some demons. T&T, who are known affectionately as the Soca Princesses, dominated their two-match intercontinental play-off against Ecuador four years ago, but somehow slipped up after conceding a decisive last-minute goal to miss qualification for their first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup™.
THE PROPOSED pre-tournament camp will be essential for the national women football team, as they turn their attention towards the CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which will run from October 4-17 in the United States.
The Honourable Shamfa Cudjoe, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, along with senior officials of the Ministry, met today with Mr. David John-Williams, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) and other members of the TTFA at the Ministry’s Head Office, St. Clair Avenue, Port of Spain.