“I just want to walk again,” said former national midfielder Aurtis Whitley, who has been confined to his Morvant home since a lancing pain on the right side has left him unable to walk properly.
SEDLEY “SKIPPER” JOSEPH was Trinidad and Tobago’s national football team captain, at the time when a precocious 16-year-old schoolboy named Everald “Gally” Cummings walked into the senior men’s team.
FORMER national football captain Sedley Joseph, 80, has died. The T&T Sports Hall of Famer and former midfielder died earlier today. Joseph, who was a football commentator after his playing days, represented the national team in the 1960s among the likes of Alvin Corneal and Gally Cummings.
FORMER national football captain Sedley Joseph, 80, has died. Joseph was remembered as one of this country’s best leaders on the football field, a father figure and a cool customer.
Terry Fenwick started his tenure as Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team head coach at the Police Barracks in St James today, with his first training session since he was hired last December; and the first for any national team under Covid-19 regulations and following the appointment of normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad.
Former national midfielder Sedley “Skipper” Joseph died yesterday at the age of 80. Joseph had a fruitful footballing career, culminating with his captaincy of the national team in a five-year span from 1964-1968.
GENERAL secretary of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) Ramesh Ramdhan, said the local football body will discuss how it could assist former T&T footballer Aurtis Whitley, after the 2006 World Cup player suffered a health scare.
Former national football captain Sedley Joseph passed away yesterday at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital after he was admitted on Wednesday. He was 80.
FORMER national footballer Aurtis Whitley, 43, suffered a minor stroke, on Friday.