TRINIDAD AND Tobago and St Lucia have six points each as action continued in Group Two of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Men’s Under-17 Qualifiers, which are currently in progress at the Beausejour Cricket Ground in St Lucia.
Trinidad and Tobago men’s Under 17 team will look for a second win today when they take on Curacao in their Caribbean Football Union group qualifier in St Lucia.
T&T Under-17 head coach Shawn Cooper is currently overseeing preparation of the his team’s participation at next month’s start of the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) leg of Fifa Under-17 World Cup qualification.
The Trinidad and Tobago national under-17 football team was brimming with confidence today, despite the shortcomings of the squad’s preparation, as the young “Soca Warriors” set off for the first qualifying phase of its Chile 2015 Under-17 World Cup.
In the past not many American-born players ever got the opportunity to represent Trinidad and Tobago on the football field. However, one of T&T's latest imports Andre Fortune, feels fortunate to have been given the chance to play for a country he so dearly admires and loves.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Men National Under 17 team will commence their quest to qualify for the 2015 FIFA Under 17 Men’s World Cup with a Caribbean Football Union qualifying match against Grenada on Wednesday at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia.
Soca Warriors Online (SWO) recently caught up with Houston-born and current Dynamo Academy goalkeeper Johan Welch and managed to shoot a few questions at the shot-stopper.
No training camp but...
“It is the first time in my six or seven years preparing national teams that we didn’t have a camp before a tournament,” national Under-17 men’s head coach Shawn Cooper declared yesterday.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Raymond Tim Kee yesterday said he was “disappointed” that T&T’s Under-17 footballers were unable to qualify for the 2013 FIFA Under-17 World Cup.