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New assistant coach Carlos Edwards, left, looks on as head coach Kenwyne Jones, extreme right, delivers instruction to his players, including Cayla Mc Farlane, second from left, Kadeen Jack, third from left, Amaya Ellis, fourth from left, and Rhea Belgrave ahead of today's World Cup qualifying clash with Nicaragua at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo from 3 pm.

National Women's football coach Kenwyne Jones is hoping for a positive start as well as potentially a bright future for his team ahead of Thursday's start of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers where his charges will face Nicaragua at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo from 3 pm.

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Fans to attend Thursday's Women World Cup Qualifier.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is pleased to advise that approval has been granted by the Ministry of Health to allow fans to attend Thursday’s opening CONCACAF W Qualifier, for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium featuring Trinidad and Tobago and Nicaragua.

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Photo: Trinidad and Tobago players Maylee Attin-Johnson and Kennya Cordner will not feature in next month’s Concacaf W Championship qualifiers. (via TTFA Media)

Experienced senior women’s football duo Maylee Attin-Johnson and Turkey-based Kennya “Yaya” Cordner will play no part in this country’s Concacaf Women’s World Cup qualifiers which kicks off next month for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

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The growing list of former Premier League names to take on prominent coaching roles in the women’s game had an intriguing recent addition in Kenwyne Jones. The one-time Sunderland and Stoke City frontman in full flight during his career was a sight to behold, and having taken the reins with Trinidad and Tobago’s national team, he feels a big responsibility to try and help others soar.

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