Former Trinidad and Tobago international defender Yohance Marshall scored the decisive goal as the Soca Warriors held Mexico to a thrilling 4-4 tie at the 2015 Concacaf Gold Cup tournament.
However, he thinks their meeting at the 2021 tournament might have more in common with when Trinidad and Tobago faced a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina in Buenos Aires in 2014.
Look out for our full interview with Marshall, interim coaches association president Jefferson George and SSFL president Merere Gonzales on Saturday 10 July, as we discuss what lies ahead at the 2021 Gold Cup, fair-weather fans, the Soca Warriors’ bottle and spoon session in Miami, and the unusual fighting methods of Iwer George supporters.
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Marshall showing a level of understanding that found favor with my ear and soul. Yohance, thanks for your share which envies me a bit that I had not the chance to team up with you. Your reflections tell me something that might have been solidly in place in that Stephen Hart led team. Unbelievable that that game, just yesterday in my memory, was SIX years ago. Young people, take time and enjoy your minutes, days, weeks, months, and years, for the speed of time gets faster as you stick-shift into, 5th and 6th cruise gears. Seek right and good guidance and relationships. You are the “yolk”, and you are to find and sway in the “albumen” that would serve as the cushion in our world that is “fast and furious” and, fierce beyond your comprehension – listen to the counsel of caring grownups. God will show your hearts who these are. For those grey-haired adults, know that when there is silver atop their heads, there is “gold” within. Be blessed all.