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T&T footballers eye Korea and Peru friendlies

The Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team is anticipating an exciting start to 2013 as the “Soca Warriors”, according to a source, are closing in on international friendlies against Peru and South Korea in February and March respectively. The Warriors hope to host Peru in Port of Spain on …

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Major TTFF changes afoot; Muhammad tipped to return

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) president Raymond Tim Kee told Wired868.com on the weekend that the local football fraternity should expect “major changes” in February. However, Tim Kee stopped short of saying whether general secretary Richard Groden would be replaced or if, as rumoured, ex-national team manager David Muhammad …

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Caledonia leads Pro League exodus for overseas trials

Seven Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA players are among more than a dozen Pro League footballers who will head through the Piarco Airport’s departure lounge in the coming days to seek their fortune abroad. Present Trinidad and Tobago internationals Densill Theobald and Ataullah Guerra left last night for trials in …

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Soca Warriors set for Christmas pay-out

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team’s players and staff are set for a merry holiday season as the Sport Ministry and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) are both set to reward the “Soca Warriors” for their efforts in a testing year. National football team manager William Wallace …

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A ranking story for Warriors

Trinidad and Tobago’s latest FIFA rank of 67 is our best placement in three years. But the highest rank ever achieved by the “Soca Warriors” was 25th under late Scottish coach Ian Porterfield in June 2001. Porterfield inherited a team ranked 40th in the world from his predecessor, Bertille St Clair. In …

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Warriors declare: The hunger is back

Trinidad and Tobago national football defender Seon Power refused to celebrate second place after the “Soca Warriors” lost the 2012 Caribbean Cup final to Cuba yesterday evening after an extra time goal by Marcel Hernandez. But Power had a word for football fans back home. “The hunger is back and …

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Cuba takes Caribbean crown; Warriors finish second

Cuba reached the Caribbean Cup finals three times before and lost each time; twice to Trinidad and Tobago and once to Jamaica. But there would be no denying the Cubans in Antigua today. The “Soca Warriors” might have won the match in the closing minutes of regulation time but only …

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