He started his coaching career in the men’s game, leading the likes of Joe Public and Caledonia AIA and serving as a coaching instructor for the T&T Football Association but now Rajesh Latchoo is focused on leading a national women’s team to a Fifa World Cup.
AN 18-MEMBER Trinidad and Tobago women’s Under-17 football team left for St Kitts/Nevis yesterday to participate in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2015 Women’s Under-17 World Cup First Round Qualifiers.
TTFA to host Women's grassroots festival on Saturday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will stage a series of activities commencing at 1pm on Saturday May 23rd, 2015 at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium to as part of CONCACAF’s Annual Women’s Football Day.
U-17 women prepare for qualifiers
The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-17 qualifiers have been rescheduled to August 20, according to the national women's coach Rajesh Latchoo.
Having already tasted some success, the National Under-17 women are working hard at becoming the first Trinidad and Tobago women’s team to qualify for a FIFA World Cup.
LAST FRIDAY’S fund-raising double-header in aid of the National Under-17 Women’s football squad was a success, according to Anthony Harford of All Sports Promotions, who organised the event.
National Women’s Under 17 team head coach Rajesh Latchoo says that the preparations for the 2016 FIFA Under 17 World Cup qualification is beginning to take shape.
Three set-piece goals prevented the Trinidad and Tobago Under-17 women from capping off a festive day with a winning performance yesterday, as they slumped to a 3-1 defeat to Venezuela after taking an early lead at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.
St Augustine Senior Secondary striker Laurelle Theodore netted a beaver-trick as the National Under-17 girls football team recorded a lop-sided 9-0 victory over St Ann’s Rangers team in the Girls under-18 Division of the 15th Annual Carapichaima Youth Super League.