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TTFA still uncertain over warm-ups, departure.

AS the time draws closer to the pair of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, against Guyana (on March 25 in the Dominican Republic) and Puerto Rico (on March 28 in Puerto Rico), there is still uncertainty over warm-up matches for the T&T men’s football team, as well as a confirmed date for the squad’s departure to the Dominican Republic.

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Photo: The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team prepare to kick off against Suriname in 1965. Left to right (back row): Eric James, Conrad Brathwaite, Andy Aleong, Jeffery Gellineau, Alvin Corneal, Ken Galt, Sir Solomon Hochoy, Cyril Austin, Sedley Joseph, Pat Small, Clem Clarke and Sonny Thompson. Front row: Tyrone de la Bastide, Kenny Furlonge, Lincoln Phillips, Doyle Griffith and Aldwyn Ferguson. (Copyright TTfootballhistory)

As the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team prepare to kick off their Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying series, journalist Lasana Liburd recalls our first campaign with former national goalkeeper Lincoln ‘Tiger’ Phillips—in the first instalment of a series on T&T’s World Cup adventures, adapted from articles published first in the Trinidad Express in 2006:

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Rangers promises to release players for T&T team.

T&T Pro League campaigners La Horquetta Rangers is re-confirming its commitment to assisting the T&T team ahead of the World Cup qualifying play-offs, by making its players available, but only after the team competes in a high-stake tournament that starts next month.

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TT senior men’s football team head coach Terry Fenwick, right, and trainer Oswald Birchwood during a training session and luncheon, at the Police Barracks, St James, on Friday. - ROGER JACOB

A LACK of financial support from the FIFA-appointed normalisation committee, which deals with the affairs of the TT Football Association (TTFA), is hampering the preparations of the national men’s team ahead of a pair of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

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