Trinidad and Tobago’s hopes of advancing to the next phase of the Concacaf Nations League were shattered last night after they were drubbed 4-0 by a well-oiled Honduras at the Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano in Honduras.
In matches separated by a two day recovery period, two thousand kilometers and multiple hours of travel, Dennis Lawrence, and his iteration of the Soca Warriors, will in succession have faced two coaches with accomplished records at national team age group level prior to being granted the maximum responsibility at national team level. Both Fabian Coito and Jorge Celico have won the South American U-20 Championship and both have progressed to graduated successes at World Cup level in the same age group. Although all three coaches are novitiates at senior national team level, unlike his counterparts, Lawrence lacks a formative experience as a junior national team coach and the directly imputed processes that accompany and distinguish the national team coaching and managerial environment from that of club football.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men will face Ecuador in an international friendly at the Estadio Reales Tamarindos at 8:00 pm TT Time (7:00pm local time) as they continue preparations for the important CONCACAF Nations League qualifier versus Honduras in San Pedro Sula on Sunday.
Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men’s team will be going for broke when they face Honduras in the team's closing Concacaf Nations League qualifier at 6 pm TT time (8 pm in Honduras) on Sunday at the Olimpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
PRESIDENT of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) David John-Williams says he had no part to play in Dennis Lawrence being selected as head coach of the senior men’s national team.
Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men’s team will be going for broke when they face Honduras in their closing Concacaf Nations League qualifier at 6pm TT time (8pm in Honduras) at the Olimpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula.
Trinidad and Tobago snapped a 14-match winless streak with a 15-0 demolition of Anguilla in Sunday’s international friendly at the Ato Boldon Stadium. In the process, Dennis Lawrence’s men eclipsed the previous record for the biggest victory by a T&T men’s team in an international outing with the previous best being an 11-0 shut out of Aruba on April 23rd, 1989 in a Caribbean Cup qualifier in St George’s, Grenada.
Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Senior team were downed 3-0 by Ecuador in Thursday’s international friendly at the Estadio Reales Tamarindos in Portoviejo.
T&T’s senior football coach Dennis Lawrence and his men will be hoping to end their 13-match winless streak when they come up against minnows Anguilla today at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva from 6 pm.