T&T Soca Princesses and Haiti have both gained automatic qualification to this year’s Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup. The decision was taken at a meeting held by Concacaf at its New York headquarters on Wednesday last.
She has been highly rated by National Women's coach Jamaal Shabazz and she's displayed a passion and competence that has won her a fair amount of admiration from her teammates and fans.
1. What’s the feeling like, coming back from Sweden to lead your country’s attack in its bid to qualify for the Concacaf Gold Cup?
It's an amazing feeling after almost three years to be able to wear my national team colours once more. And what's even more exciting is to be able to come and show how much Ahkeela Mollon has developed over the years and there’s no better place to show than in front of my home country.
Director of local women’s football Even Pellerud and head coach Jamaal Shabaaz have expressed their views on the women’s team’s performance in the second round qualifying phase for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
T&T Senior Soca Princesses captain, Maylee Attin-Johnson believes that more local women players have the potential to play professionally.
Brought in primarily to prepare the Under-17 players who will represent Trinidad and Tobago as hosts of the 2010 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup, 57-year-old Norwegian coach Even Pellerud will also work with T&T’s senior women footballers after seeing their potential to do well at the upcoming Central American & Caribbean (CAC) Games and the 2010 CONCACAF The CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Arin King and Ahkeela Mollon provided the high points in an otherwise flat performance as Trinidad and Tobago’s Soca Princesses defeated Barbados 5-0 in a Group F CONCACAF Gold Cup Caribbean Zone qualifier on Wednesday night at Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.
Trinidad and Tobago National Women Team (NWT) defeated Guyana's NWT 3-0 yesterday at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya as they finish their second phase series as winners of Group F.
T&T senior women’s football captain, Maylee Attin-Johnson wants her team to stay focused and keep their standard up for the remaining two matches in the Caribbean Football Union Final Round Qualifying Tournament.