NATIONAL women’s senior team striker Kennya “Yaya” Cordner has called on teammates to shut out the noise and place full focus on Thursday’s international friendly match against Panama.
JEFFERSON George, president of the Unified Football Coaches of Trinidad and Tobago (UFCTT), supports the appointment of former national men’s captain Kenwyne Jones as interim head coach of the women’s senior team.
With two international friendlies coming up between this country’s Senior Women’s team and Panama, Trinidad and Tobago’s Mexican-based professional Victoria Swift has been filled with anticipation over the past week ahead of her return to the national team.
It’s really gone beyond a joke now and can only be described as farcical. I know my dear readers you must be thinking of so many things in our beloved Trinidad & Tobago, but I am referring to none other than the state of Trinidad & Tobago’s football.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) wishes to advise that former Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Men’s Team captain Kenwyne Jones has been appointed as Interim Head Coach of the Senior Women’s National Team.
Trinidad and Tobago women’s senior football team finds itself in another tailspin after American interim coach Constantine Konstin resigned on Monday and was replaced by former Soca Warriors skipper Kenwyne Jones, also in an interim position.
Constin to lead Senior Women’s Team against Friendlies versus Panama
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) can confirm that Constantine Konstin has been appointed as Interim Head Coach of the Senior Women’s National Team. Konstin, who most recently lead the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Futsal Team at the 2021 CONCACAF Futsal Championships in May, will now lead the Senior Women’s Team into two friendly internationals versus Panama later this month.
KENWYNE JONES thinks his role as interim head coach is to bring stability to the national women’s team following a recent period of trauma within the programme.
On the International Day of the Girl child, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is pleased to announce that this country will host two international friendlies on October 21st and 25th as the Senior Women’s National team takes on Panama’s Senior Women at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The kick off time for both matches will be 4:00pm.