The Caribbean is not short on talent, but their potential needs to be developed in the right way. That was the consensus of Sunderland AFC coaches Ged McNamee and Carlton Fairweather.
THE ENGLISH Football Association (FA), in collaboration with CONCACAF and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), launched a seven-day Youth Coaching Workshop at the Dr Joao Havelange Centre of Excellence, Macoya, Tunapuna on September 17.
The Caribbean possesses a wealth of natural football talent but sustained programmes to nurture and harness it will determine whether the players attain the highest levels of their ability.
THE Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation will launch the second round of screening activities for their Boys Under-15 Development Programme this weekend. Activities will kick-off on Sunday at 9 am at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya.
Sunderland AFC Academy of Light manager, Ged Mc Namee and Academy coach, Carlton Fairweather began a three-day coaching clinic in T&T yesterday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation will be launching its U-15 Boys Development Programme (for boys born 1 January 1994 or after) at 9 am at Gilbert Park , Couva on Saturday 15th August.
As a further step in its ongoing youth football development programme, Digicel will be ensuring that Trinidad & Tobago’s young football talent – both players and coaches - has all of the right stuff to succeed on the world stage when it brings two coaches from English Premier League club, Sunderland AFC, to Trinidad for a three-day coaching clinic next week.