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W Connection fires back at national coaches

DirecTV W Connection owner David John Williams has defended his club’s transfer policy after criticism from Trinidad and Tobago national senior team and under-20 coaches Hutson “Barber” Charles and Ross Russell respectively. Charles and Russell, who are both soldiers and former national players, criticised Williams for supposedly disrupting team preparations …

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Russell spreads the blame for T&T U-20 failure

Trinidad and Tobago national under-20 coach Ross Russell blamed inadequate preparation and his supposed inability to get more training time with his players for his team’s elimination from its 2013 Turkey Under-20 World Cup campaign at the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) level. The young “Soca Warriors” won their group opener …

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Curaçao dumps T&T U-20s from W/Cup qualifiers

The Trinidad and Tobago national under-20 football team had its 2013 Turkey World Cup dream extinguished today after a shock 1-0 loss to Curaçao in Kingston, Jamaica. The defeat saw the young “Soca Warriors” finish bottom of Group A on goal difference while Haiti and Puerto Rico advanced automatically to the …

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T&T U-20s in must win scenario after loss to Haiti

The Trinidad and Tobago national under-20 football team must defeat Curaçao tomorrow afternoon in Kingston, Jamaica or suffer early elimination from the Turkey 2013 Under-20 World Cup qualifying series. The teenaged “Soca Warriors” fell 2-0 to Haiti yesterday in Caribbean Football Union (CFU) action  at the Waterhouse Stadium. In the other Group A match-up, …

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T&T U-20 footballers down Puerto Rico 2-0

The Trinidad and Tobago national under-20 football team continued its Turkey 2013 World Cup qualifying campaign yesterday with a 2-0 win over Puerto Rico in round robin action at the Waterhouse Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. In the other group match, Haiti edged Curaçao 2-1 at the same venue. The top two …

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