NATIONAL women’s senior football captain Karyn Forbes is encouraging her players to work on their personal development and not depend on the T&T coaching staff to maintain a level of fitness.
ational Women's football coach Kenwyne Jones is aiming to have a camp in January where he will continue his preparation ahead of the World Cup Qualifiers in February.
Trinidad and Tobago senior women’s footballers fell to a dramatic 2-1 defeat to hosts Dominican Republic in the first of a two-match series played last night at the Estadio Centroamericano.
T&T Women footballers and their Dominican Republic counterparts played to a 1-1 tie on Tuesday in game-two of their international friendly series at the Estadio Panamericano in San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenwyne Jones as Head Coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s National Team.
TRINIDAD and Tobago national women’s senior football captain Karyn Forbes is elated Kenwyne Jones is now the full-time coach of the team as the squad could now develop one philosophy after chopping and changing coaches over the past two months.
Interim national senior women’s team coach Kenwyne Jones and his team will be hoping to end a four-match winless run when T&T comes up against host Dominican Republic in the first of two friendly internationals in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic on Friday evening.
National women's football coach Kenwyne Jones will be hoping for a reaction from his charges on Tuesday when his team takes on the Dominican Republic in the second of two international friendly matches in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
T&T’s senior women’s team began preparation in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic yesterday with a gym session, followed by an onfield workout at the Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium, ahead of their upcoming international friendly match with the hosts on Friday.