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It is said that honesty is the best policy and as such American coach of the Soca Princesses, Randy Waldrum, should be applauded for representing his players and asking they be treated with a degree of respect that should be accorded to all athletes representing their country.

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Several questions were still to be answered as to who was to blame as Raymond Tim Kee, president of the T&T Football Association (T&TFA) tried to explain the plight of the Soca Princesses as they prepare for Concacaf Women’s World Cup qualification in the USA beginning next week.

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The Soca Princesses were able to raise a further US$1,500 via an exhibition match against FC Dallas women on Thursday night at the Toyota Soccer Centre, Dr Pink Field, Dallas, USA, as they continue to put a torrid start to their US training camp ahead of next week’s Concacaf Women’s World Cup qualifiers behind them.

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Funds pour in for Princesses.

The American soccer community, among them T&T ex-patriots, responded in a huge way to cries for assistance from Trinidad and Tobago’s American coach Randy Waldrum for financial assistance for the national women’s team, after they arrived in Dallas on Tuesday night without food and equipment.

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