‘A true son of the sport’; TTFA mourns passing of ex-Strike Squad player Larry Joseph

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Former Strike Squad and United Petrotrin midfielder Larry Joseph passed away today at the age of 56. Joseph, a skilful, mobile ball handler, represented Trinidad and Tobago in the 1986 and 1990 World Cup qualifying campaigns.

Following his retirement, he continued to play for the Strike Squad in exhibition matches while he remained part of the national football conversation as a regular panelist on the Field of Dreams show, hosted by former national standout Steve David.

Photo: Former Strike Squad midfielder Larry ‘Scamp’ Joseph passed away on 17 February 2021. he was 56.

In a press statement, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad described Joseph as ‘a true son of the sport’ and said the football fraternity mourns his loss.

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