Trinidad and Tobago football team head coach Dennis Lawrence named his 22-man squad yesterday that will face Wales at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham on the 20th of March.
Former players under Bertille St Clair are coming together to hold three days of events to honour the former National Coach.
Club Sando midfielder Akeem Humphrey will be hoping he’s done enough over the past two weeks to make the final cut when Dennis Lawrence announces the squad that will travel to Wales for the international friendly on Friday.
Two players tested positive for marijuana use, are set to receive much-needed help from their T&T Pro League club St Ann's Rangers.
Former Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper and current Men’s Senior Team goalkeeper coach Ross Russell says during his days wearing national colours he could have only dreamt about a facility where he could walk from his room straight onto the training pitch for residential training camps with the national team.
Senior Men’s Team goalkeeper Marvin Phillip believes that the last three weeks of preparations has brought benefits to the the provisional squad as members are now closer to a decent match fitness level ahead of the international friendly against Wales on March 20th.
Brian Flynn, the man who signed Dennis Lawrence to his first professional contract in the United Kingdom is getting ready to welcome his former player as head coach of Trinidad and Tobago to the Racecourse on March 20th.
Two attacking players who ply their trade in the T&T Pro League were dropped from Dennis Lawrence's 23-man provisional squad in preparation for a mouth-watering international friendly encounter with Wales on March 20.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior men’s team payers were back on the training pitch on Ash Wednesday ahead of the March 20th International friendly against Wales at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham.