Former national football coaches Richard Hood and Angus Eve, it is understood, are among a shortlist of five local, regional and international coaches who have applied for the T&T Women's coaching job, Guardian Media Sports has been informed.
A total of 195 coaches from countries around the world, have applied to be the Senior National Women's coach.
Women's football in T&T has gained the attention of the sport's world governing body- FIFA, Robert Hadad of the FIFA-appointed Normalisation Committee said.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) women’s director of football Jinelle James said the next Women Soca Warriors head coach should be someone with real passion for the job, as the local football body prepares to fill a key vacancy.
CONCACAF will have four direct berths for the expanded Women’s World Cup in 2023, and two more teams from the region will have a chance to join them via a ten-team playoff tournament.
THE TTFA (TT Football Association) is currently advertising the post for national women’s team coach, with local, and even international coaches, available to apply.
Former national Soca Princess talented midfielder Ahkeela Mollon has joined Trinidad and Tobago international record goalscorer Stern John in becoming part of Anguilla's national football teams set-up, both men and women respectively.
The search for a T&T Senior Women's football coach has begun in earnest.
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) began advertising for individuals to fill the position on Monday and former coach Richard Hood, who took the Under-20 Women's team to the quarterfinal of the CONCACAF Championship in the Dominican Republic last year, is set to submit his application.
T&T WOMEN’S football team striker Mariah Shade is currently on a fund-raising drive to offset the cost for her toe surgery on her left foot.