Members of the National Senior Men’s Team showed up at the San Fernando Boys Government Primary School on Tuesday to participate in the school’s annual Career Day.
Trinidad and Tobago have been drawn in Group C of League A of the inaugural CONCACAF Nations League alongside Honduras and Martinique. The draw took place on Wednesday night at the Chelsea Theater in Las Vegas. T&T will play Honduras and Martinique on a home and away basis on dates to be announced by Concacaf in the international windows of September, October and November.
A globetrotting playing career took Brent Sancho from Portland to Priestfield, Ross County to Rochester Rhinos but, speaking to the former Trinidad and Tobago defender, there really is only one place to start: that unforgettable night in Nuremberg at the 2006 World Cup.
The introduction of additional dynamics to the preparation of the T&T senior football team by coach Dennis Lawrence is being seen a major boost ahead of the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup in June.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Squad arrived in Wrexham on Monday morning and wasted little time before undergoing their first training session on Welsh soil as head coach Dennis Lawrence put his players through their paces at the Everton Training facility at Finch Farm, a mere 20 minutes drive from the team’s base camp at the Double Tree hotel.
Ben Woodburn scored a 91st minute to secure victory over Trinidad & Tobago in Wales’ return to the Racecourse Ground.
There will be yet another homecoming for Head coach Dennis Lawrence in Wales next week. Today the former defender was able to confirm use of the Everton Training facilities for the senior team’s first training session on UK soil ahead of Wednesday’s International friendly against Wales at The Racecourse in Wrexham.
Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men will be looking to put on a solid display when they come up against Ryan Giggs’ Wales in an international friendly at the Racecourse in Wrexham from 7:45pm (3:45 pm TT time).
REVERED football coach and administrator Bertille St Clair has received a glorious tribute, celebrating a decades-long career in sport and culture in his native Tobago and the wider football fraternity.