Trinidad and Tobago gave up a first half lead to Panama, being turned away 2-1 losers in the first of two friendlies at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Thursday night.
JAMAAL SHABAZZ, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago women’s football team, is concerned over the depth of quality players available for selection, as the squad prepare for the start of their 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign.
Panama’s Senior Women’s Team will arrive in Port of Spain on Tuesday evening ahead of two international warm up matches against Trinidad and Tobago at the Ato Boldon Stadium from 6:30pm on Thursday and at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium on Saturday from 4pm.
Trinidad and Tobago Women’s head coach is hoping for a fairly sizeable crowd at the Ato Boldon Stadium tomorrow evening when this country’s national team take on Panama in the first of two international friendlies at 6:30pm.
Twenty teams from the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) will be in the hunt for top honors in the CFU Women’s Challenge Series. The competition is scheduled for April and will be played across five venues, namely Warner Park Sporting Complex in St. Kitts; UWI JFF Captain Horace Burrell Center of Excellence in Jamaica; Stade Sylvia Cator in Haiti; Antigua Recreation Grounds in Antigua; and Ato Boldon Stadium in Trinidad.
National Women’s Senior Team head coach Jamaal Shabazz says that the upcoming period for the current Women footballers is a critical one as skipper Tasha St Louis are beginning to understand the importance of their roles as ambassadors and leaders in society as women.
Midfielder Tasha St Louis will captain an 18-player Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s Team in international action next week in two friendlies against Panama’s Senior Women’s Team.
West Texas A&M and national midfielder Shanelle Arjoon has joined the current squad that will face off against Panama in two international friendlies later on this week.
NATIONAL Women’s football team defender Ayanna Russell is among the current pool of players in training under coach Jamaal Shabazz ahead of the start of forthcoming CONCACAF Women’s World Cup qualification in May.