Mr Clinton (a former player from Arima), how in this world can you watch some shots on TV 6 between St Anthony's College and Tranquillity Secondary School and make such a statement.
The story headline surely suggests that you are speaking in general. You need to move from in front of your TV and watch some premiership games.
The most exciting, and entertaining football in Trinidad and Tobago right now comes from the Secondary Schools Football League. Mr Clinton, Year after year the crowds turn out to watch these players and games, one or two lazy ones will watch TV 6 sports and judge, and make disrespectful comments.
These kids work hard on the football field two or three times a week, apart from that they have homework, lessons, and still have to be in school early the next morning. The coaches do not have the luxury of having them for two sessions a day or every day of the week. Coaches also have to deal with who is missing today from school and practice because of lessons or some punishment issued by the school, which may also result in students being banned. The Secondary School Football is alive and kicking. I invited you to join the other supporters on the sidelines to witness the final few games left in the 2019 InterCol tournament.