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THE struggle of women's football to gain equality in Trinidad and Tobago is never more evident that the current plight of the T&T women's national team which is generally considered as having its best ever chance of qualifying for a FIFA Women's World Cup.

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Houston camp delay.

PASSPORT problems, visa, ticket and funding issues have temporarily stalled the departure of the Trinidad and Tobago national women’s football team to Houston, Texas, for a  one-month training camp.

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Venezuela got exactly what they wanted from a two-match international friendly series against Trinidad and Tobago; an opening match to give their younger, upcoming players experience, before adjusting, strengthening up and levelling the series at 1-1.

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Funding issues delay trip

Despite a series of issues, including funding, Trinidad and Tobago senior women footballers are due to fly to Houston, Texas, this week for a training camp in which they will twice play the Mexican national women’s team.

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Ex-women’s boss to work with successor Waldrum

A truce has been declared, and with a mere civil retraction for hurtful things said by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), former women’s national team coach Marlon Charles will begin working with American Randy Waldrum to qualify the Soca Princess for the Canada 2015 FIFA Women World Cup.

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