Sun, May

Trinidad and Tobago’s Carlyle Mitchell, left, rises above Suriname’s Miquel Darson while contesting a header during action from last night’s clash, in the Caribbean 5th-place qualifying series for a berth in this year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup, at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Suriname won the match 2-1 in extra time. —Photo: DEXTER PHILIP

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has secured an international friendly for this country’s Senior Men’s Team next month.

Trinidad and Tobago Senior Team will travel to Paramaribo, Suriname to face the Suriname’s Senior Men’s Team in an international friendly on March 10th at the Andre Kamperveen Stadium.

This game will fall in line with team’s build up to the two 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Mexico on March 24th and 28th at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Head Coach Dennis Lawrence will commence a training camp on February 20th with a 27-man squad.

“I think is important is to work with the local players from now. The Pro League will be concluded on Sunday. So what I have done is selected the local players to work with the local players and to start building on some, so that these players will be able to push for a position on the team, come March 24,” Lawrence said at a Press Briefing on Wednesday.