ON FEBRUARY 9, 2005 T&T were beaten 2-1 against the United States at the Queen’s Park Oval on February 9, 2005 and then spanked 5-1 away to Guatemala on March 26, followed by a goalless draw against Costa Rica on March 30.
THE Recreation Ground at Haig Street was lit up on Friday, commemorating the passing of a Carenage legend.
It is with sadness that the Veteran Footballers Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago received news of the passing of former outstanding footballer and National Youth Team Coach, Mr. Ken Hodge.
It is said that sports have an advantage over literature, song or cinema — it does not need words. The free flow of a Brian Lara cover drive is appreciated as much in Barrackpore as in Brisbane (Australia), the clever feints of Russell Lately look as artistic in Port-of-Spain as it did in Porto (Portugal).
With the best interest of the safety of players, staff members, officials and fans among all stakeholders The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and Canada Soccer have taken a decision to cancel the two upcoming international friendlies between both countries scheduled to take place Langford, British Columbia, Canada on March 27th and 31st as the world continues to grapple with the spread of COVID-19.
NATIONAL MEN’S football team coach, Terry Fenwick, has issued an open call to local and internationally-based footballers with T&T parentage to submit video presentations of their skills and/or academic certifications in an effort scout new talent during the sport’s unavoidable downtime – the global covid19 pandemic.
Extra Time TV's Andre Sooklal sits down in a very frank discussion with former Tottenham, Queens Park Rangers and England man Terry Fenwick.
Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s Team Captain Khaleem Hyland is keeping busy and maintaining high hopes of wearing the national colours in the future again at whatever time that may be.
THE EDITOR: Open letter to Terry Fenwick, the T&T senior team head coach.