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La Forrest: No more excuses please.

Team se­lec­tion, poor of­fen­sive strat­e­gy and the ad­min­is­tra­tion of the game are be­ing blamed for Sat­ur­day night's 6-0 drub­bing by the Unit­ed States foot­ball team over the T&T So­ca War­riors in a cru­cial Group D en­counter of the CON­CA­CAF Gold Cup at the First En­er­gy Sta­di­um in Cleve­land, USA.

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Hyland: We have what it takes to rebound.

So­ca War­riors cap­tain Khaleem Hy­land says he be­lieves his team has what it takes to re­bound from its 2-0 loss to Pana­ma in their 2019 CON­CA­CAF Gold Cup Pool B match at Al­lianz Field, Min­neso­ta on Tues­day night.

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Levi Garcia (#11) battles for the ball with Panama’s Harold Cummings (left) during the first half of Tuesday’s match. (AP PHOTO)

There are calls for na­tion­al foot­ball coach Den­nis Lawrence to ei­ther scrap his in­ten­tions to play pos­ses­sion-foot­ball or get in­stru­men­tal mid­field­er Kevin Moli­no more in­volved in at­tack if the So­ca War­riors are to ad­vance out of the group phase of the CON­CA­CAF Gold Cup in the Unit­ed States.

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T&T’s history at the Concacaf Gold Cup.

Part II – 1989 Concacaf Championships

DUBBED the “Strike Squad” during the qualifying campaign, this looked to be T&T’s best chance to go to Italia ‘90, featuring players such as Anton Corneal, Hutson Charles, Dexter Skeene, and two “little-known” youngsters, Russell Latapy and Dwight Yorke. The Strike Squad beat Guyana 5-0 on aggregate to qualify for the championships. The top two teams from the final round would go on to the World Cup.

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Currently ranked 92nd in the world, 10th in CONCACAF and 3rd in the Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago is focused on rebuilding its national team. Once upon a time, they were the undisputed kings of football in the Caribbean and the smallest country to qualify for a FIFA World Cup. These days the Soca Warriors are on a quest to regain respectability in the eyes of their CONCACAF opponents and the football world at large.

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