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Chesapeake Athletic will serve as an affiliate of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation National Team Programs. Under the arrangement, youth players from Trinidad and Tobago will play with Chesapeake's Super Y League teams and in top-level tournaments and tours.
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Despite their tough and fatal 2-1 loss to Costa Rica in their second match of the CONCACAF qualifying series for the under-20 World Championship which eliminated them from the competition, the young "Soca Warriors" are going all out for a win against Panama tonight in their final Group A match.
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ALVIN CORNEAL is just covering up for his son Anton when by writing that severe cold weather, the choice of venue and the lack of friendlies against top class opponents were the major caused of the downfall of the Under-20 national side, who failed to win a single match in the Under-20 World Cup qualifying tournament in California, USA, against the USA, Costa Rica and Panama two weeks ago.
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Despite their heavy 6-1 loss to the United States in their opening 2005 CONCACAF Under-20 Final Round qualification Group A match, the Trinidad and Tobago will be looking for full points against the Costa Ricans, whom they meet tonight.
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Preparations for the T&T Under-20 team for the World Cup football championships began in March. After a number of screening sessions and domestic matches, coach Anton Corneal began his efforts to change the face of competitive football in T&T.
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THE CONFIDENCE level in the Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 football squad is rising as they prepare to face the challenge of the United States, Costa Rica and Panama in Group “A” of the CONCACAF Qualifying Final Round campaign. The qualifiers would be staged at the Home Depot Centre, Carson, California from tomorrow  until Sunday.
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MORE WORK must be spent on developing national footballers, especially at the grass roots level, before they are exposed to the international circuit. This is the view of Lincoln “Tiger” Phillips, Technical Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) who returned home with the national Under-20 team on Monday.
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AS FAR as assistant coach of the national Under-20 football team, Brian Williams, is concerned, the 18-member squad is confident of securing one of two spots available for the 2005 World Youth Championship in the Netherlands.
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