EVERALD 'GALLY' Cummings’ autobiography is an engrossing recollection of the football life of one of Trinidad and Tobago's elite sportsmen, from his beginnings in Newtown and the East Dry River, Port of Spain to his phenomenal development as a young footballer. He was selected at 15 to play for Paragon and, not long after, was called up for the T&T men's team, the youngest player to date to have that distinction.
Former Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Aurtis Whitley, a member of this country’s 2006 World Cup squad, is turning his attention toward passing on his experience to young footballers in Oropune Gardens. where he resides.
T&T's senior men's football team suffered its biggest loss under coach Angus Eve, falling to a huge 5-0 defeat to Bolivia in their international friendly match at the Estadio Olimpico Patria in Sucre, Bolivia on Friday afternoon.
THE Tobago Football Association will continue screening sessions on Wednesday and Friday, from 4pm to 6pm, to select a men’s team, to participate in a zonal competition hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). The first screening, which attracted 13 players, was held on Sunday at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet.
THE EDITOR: Congratulations to the 21-man squad and reserves selected by Angus Eve for the international friendly against Bolivia on January 21.
The man touted as a player to look out for T&T - Molik Khan has said it was a learning experience for him in Friday's disastrous 0-5 loss to Bolivia in Sucre.
It will be a difficult but much-needed challenge for this country's senior national footballers against Bolivia on Friday's at the Estadio Olimpico Patrio in Sucre.
National coach Angus Eve was pleased with the effort of his players on Friday despite a demoralising 5-0 loss to Bolivia in an international friendly in Sucre, Bolivia, but told the media via a virtual press conference on Saturday that the writing was on the wall before the game started.
TRINIDAD and Tobago senior men’s football coach Angus Eve said the international friendly against Bolivia will give his team “a much needed run out” as his players are lacking match time under their belts.