Following Wednesday’s international friendly with Japan which ended 0-0 in Aichi, Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence finalised a 23-man roster for the Concacaf Gold Cup 2019.
Too defensive is what former national football coach Ron La Forest believes, could hamper the national football team at the Concacaf Gold Cup in the United States and Jamaica later this month.
DAVID JOHN-WILLIAMS, president of the TT Football Association (TTFA), has admitted that the national men's team is the flagship T&T team and the only revenue-earning team for the local football governing body.
Japan showed plenty of attacking energy but was foiled by Trinidad and Tobago ‘keeper Marvin Phillip in Wednesday’s scoreless draw.
Trinidad and Tobago have lost the services of US-based defender Triston Hodge after the player suffered a suspected torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) while in training with his club Memphis 901 on Tuesday.
Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s Team touched down in Tokyo around 9pm on Sunday night, 8am Sunday TT time and settled in before undergoing its first training session at the Paloma Mizuho Stadium on Monday evening. The Mizuho stadium is one of the venues for the 2020 Summer Olympics and the home venue of J1 League football club Nagoya Grampus.
Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Senior team head coach Dennis Lawrence met with the media today to provide an update on the team’s preparations for the June 5th international friendly against Japan and the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup which commences for T&T on June 18th against Panama in Minnesota.
Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence today announced a 19-man squad that will travel to face Japan in the upcoming international friendly on June 5th at the Toyota Stadium in Aichi.
T&T Soca Warriors will play away to Martinique on Friday, September 6 in its opening match in Group C of League A of the inaugural CONCACAF Nations League which will also feature Honduras.