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B&B (Trailer): Jan-Michael Williams: I was tired of the nonsense—my premature exit from the Soca Warriors

HFX Wanderers goalkeeper coach and former Trinidad and Tobago international stand-out and three-time Gold Cup custodian Jan-Michael Williams explains why his Soca Warriors career ended at age 32, although he played professionally in Honduras, Guatemala and Canada for another three years.

Look out for part two of Williams’ interview on the Burdie and Barney Show later today as we discuss how the Soca Warriors’ fortunes changed under TTFA president David John-Williams, the W Connection – Central FC ‘Couva Clasico’, and the truth behind his injury against Honduras which prompted unfounded accusations against head coach Stephen Hart.

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Editor’s Note: Click HERE for Part One as Jan-Michael Williams opens on his tough lessons from the 2001 U-17 World Cup, racism in Hungary, and the mental, physical and psychological preparation necessary to become a high level international footballer.

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