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National coach Bertille St Clair says that there will definitely be changes to this country’s approach in the final round of the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign scheduled to kick off in early February 2005.
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In today's football world there are not many teams that can be considered walkovers, but the teams that Trinidad and Tobago beat in the first round of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers they were expected to beat.
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TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Federation technical director Lincoln "Tiger" Phillips wants to see the senior national football team jump all over St Kitts-Nevis during today's World Cup qualifier, which starts at 3.30 p.m. at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.
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THREE of the men who once sat in the "hot seat" as coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national football team are agreeing that the Soca Warriors have a crisis in midfield.
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Prominent English-based goalie Shaka Hislop says that he has no intentions of blocking the progress of some of the country’s other goalkeepers but has returned to the national team due to his commitment to making a contribution to the qualifying effort towards Germany 2006.
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