Despite a valiant effort in the second half with ten men, a youthful Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s Team suffered a 1-0 defeat to St Vincent and the Grenadines in Sunday’s international friendly at the Chilli Playing field in Georgetown.
Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men’s head coach Dennis Lawrence has finalised a 20-man squad that will face St Vincent and the Grenadines this coming Sunday in an international friendly. The T&T squad will depart for Kingstown tomorrow for Sunday’s encounter which will be played at the Chilli Field at 3:00pm.
Disappointed and hurt sum up the way national football coach Dennis Lawrence feels following a disastrous CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign in the United States recently, but he insisted Wednesday that the results are a consequence of the non-functional T&T Pro League.
T&T Football Association (TTFA) board member Keith Look Loy has publicly apologised to his one-time youth player, national coach Dennis Lawrence, for comments he made after T&T's recent CONCACAF Gold Cup performance.
T&T football enthusiast and contributor Earl “Mango” Pierre believes changes need to happen in local football. He highlighted poor decision making by the national senior men’s technical staff, the lack of investment in locally based players and the poor running of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) as key areas of concern.
Lawrence: We have to treat every game as a final
T&T's chances of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in 2022 and beyond have become increasingly harder.
FOOTBALL Factory technical director Terry Fenwick yesterday said emphasis must be placed on youth development if T&T is going to compete successfully at international football tournaments such as the Concacaf Gold Cup.
T&T's national football coach Dennis Lawrence has lashed back at Keith Look Loy, a member of the board of the T&T Football Association who has said publicly that he (Lawrence) should step down following the country's horrendous CONCACAF Gold Cup performance.
FORMER MALICK Secondary team coach and FIFA Development Officer Keith Look Loy is calling for changes within the T&T men’s football team, on and off the field.