FORMER Strike Squad player Clayton Morris spearheaded a nine-member Trinidad and Tobago contingent which completed a Futsal High Performance course courtesy of the Confederation of Brazil Football (CBF) on Sunday.
“[…] Educators refer to ‘recency and frequency’ as part of the learning process, and when you look at our players, they all possess tremendous individual skill. It follows therefore that the more they play futsal, the more adept at it they will become.
Trinidad and Tobago's men’s futsal team had a rough start to their Concacaf Futsal Championship campaign as they went down 6-2 against Dominican Republic in their opening Group A fixture on Tuesday.
T&T Futsal team coach, Constantine Konstin, sees a bright future of the sport locally, after the national team’s display at the last week’s Concacaf Futsal Championships in Guatemala.
T&T Futsal men found themselves at the end of another beating 8-2 by Costa Rica on Wednesday night, as they continued preparation ahead of the CONCACAF Futsal Championship in Guatemala City next month, which will be qualifiers for the FIFA Futsal World Cup in Lithuania, September 12 – October 6, 2021.
Che Benny scored probably the goal of the tournament but he could not stop a gutsy T&T team from going down to host Guatemala 3-4 on Wednesday night in the Futsal CONCACAF World Championships at the Domo Polideportivo de la CDAG in Guatemala City, Guatemala.
T&T's futsal team got the worst possible start to their campaign ahead of the 2021 CONCACAF Futsal Championship in Guatemala City, next month.
Lack of experience and an unclear system of attack and defence are the reasons for not only a poor showing by the country's futsal footballers against the Dominican Republic in the opening match of the Futsal CONCACAF World cup Qualifiers in Guatemala on Tuesday night but also for the embarrassing 6-2 result.
The country’s men’s national Futsal team left on Monday for San Jose, Costa Rica for a training camp ahead of the Concacaf Futsal Championship in Guatemala City, next month.