Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men’s team will arrive in Fort-de-France on Thursday morning ahead of Friday’s CONCACAF Nations League qualifier against Martinique scheduled for Friday night.
This country’s Senior Men’s Team players were put through their paces under sunny conditions at the St Lucia Football Association training centre on Tuesday morning as head coach Dennis Lawrence commenced a short training camp ahead of Friday’s CONCACAF Nations League qualifier against Martinique in Fort-de-France.
Age, lack of local leagues no excuse
FORMER national players Brent Sancho and Densill Theobald say the lack of local, professional leagues is no excuse for poor performances by the T&T men’s football team. The two were reacting to the team’s 1-0 loss to St Vincent and the Grenadines, who are ranked 176th in the world, on Sunday. T&T are currently ranked 101st.
Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s head coach Dennis Lawrence today announced the inclusion of three overseas-based players in this country’s squad for Friday’s CONCACAF Nation’s League Qualifier away to Martinique.
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.
Will someone help save our football?
This is a question which I have heard asked by numerous supporters of the great sport. Their request though is not designed to castigate the persons who may have been responsible for the complicated state of the sport and competitions themselves.
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.
One of the things which I have learnt from numerous sports experts is that the immediate step towards improvement is the recognise the reason for defeat.
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.