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TTFA agrees “Tallest” terms: Lawrence makes U-turn, “humbled” to be new T&T coach

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Former Trinidad and Tobago World Cup 2006 defender Dennis Lawrence has done a U-turn and will be unveiled as the new Soca Warriors coach, after he agreed terms with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) on Saturday morning. “I feel very honoured and humbled by this opportunity and the confidence placed …

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Big man for big job? Lawrence on verge of Soca Warriors post after board rejects Fevrier

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Former World Cup 2006 defender and Everton FC assistant coach Dennis Lawrence looks to be on the verge of the Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team head coaching position, after the TTFA board of directors rejected the technical committee’s preferred choice, Stuart Charles-Fevrier. Lawrence, who spent six years as assistant …

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Yorke, John-Williams get FIFA appointments; TTFA president on players’ status committee 

Photo: Manchester United star Dwight Yorke (centre) and goalkeeper Raymond van der Gouw prepare for action on day one of the BA Tobago Legends Football Tournament.
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Trinidad and Tobago World Cup 2006 captain Dwight Yorke and TTFA president David John-Williams were both given four-year appointments by FIFA today on the football governing bodies standing committees. Yorke, who achieved worldwide acclaim at Manchester United when he starred in their treble success of 1998/99, was appointed to the …

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SOS for Levi! Williams wants AZ winger in U-20 squad but rules out Hudson, Quinn and Pappy

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The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Under-20 Team will head to Colombia on Saturday 21 January for a lengthy pre-tournament camp, as they prepare for the CONCACAF Under-20 Championships in Coast Rica next month. And National Under-20 Team coach Brian Williams hopes to have Netherlands-based winger Levi Garcia in his …

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