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Corneal named women’s caretaker coach; Women’s Warriors prepare for CFU finals

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) formally announced technical director Anton Corneal as caretaker head coach of the Women’s National Senior Team today. Corneal replaces Jamaal Shabazz, who resigned from the position last week. Corneal, a former staff member on three Trinidad and Tobago Men’s World Cup teams at …

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“This is as far as I could carry it!” Shabazz quits as T&T women’s football coach

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team coach Jamaal Shabazz handed in his resignation to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) today, just 13 months after he replaced Italian Carolina Morace at the helm of the local women’s programme. Shabazz served as head coach for the Women’s National Under-17, …

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Concacaf withdraws invitation to T&T U-15 Women; St Rose mum as “elite team” grounded

The efforts of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-15 Team players over the past year and a half ended on an anticlimactic note today, as Concacaf withdrew its invitation for the young Women Soca Warriors to participate at the confederation’s 2018 Women’s Under-15 Championship in Florida. Trinidad and Tobago …

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TTFA’s elite issues: Women’s U15s set to forfeit Concacaf opener while Boys travel night before CFU game

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) elite youth teams were thrown into varying levels of disarray this week, as the Boys National Under-14 and Women’s National Under-15 Teams struggled to get to their respective competitions in Curaçao and the United States. On Friday night, the TTFA chartered a Liat …

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A gentleman of the sport! Eve, Corneal, Siu Butt and Browne pay tribute to ex-coach Muhammad Isa

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) director of football, Muhammad Isa, passed away this morning at the San Fernando General Hospital where he was warded for the past week with suspected kidney issues. Isa’s death followed the passing of former Trinidad and Tobago international and St Benedict’s College standout, Lawrence …

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Radanfah and Jan-Michael take TTFA ‘C’ licence coaching course; Jabari moves to Albania

Former Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team players Radanfah Abu Bakr and Jan-Michael Williams were among 23 participants in a TTFA ‘C’ licence coaching, which was conducted last week by technical director Anton Corneal. Abu Bakr and Williams were both involved in Trinidad and Tobago’s ultimately unsuccessful Russia 2018 World …

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TTFA reverses position, vows to compete as “National Under-17 Team” in Youth Pro League

The Trinidad and Tobago National Under-17 Team, once permitted, will participate in the Youth Pro League Under-18 competition under its own name, after condemnation of its initial attempt to play as Morvant Caledonia United. On Tuesday, National Under-17 assistant coach Duane Richardson and manager Aaron Pollard went to various schools …

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T&T U-17s to play as Caledonia Utd? Officials back off as coaches, clubs and parents protest “bullying”

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s National Youth Programme came under fire again on Wednesday after National Under-17 staff members yesterday urged players to sign forms to represent Morvant Caledonia United in the Under-18 Division of the Youth Pro League (YPL). The signings generally took place without the teenagers having …

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SSFL Forum: Schools’ league grapples with issues of registration, player development and TTFA relations

Academic requirements for school footballers, wider powers for the credential committee, an electronic database for players, small-sided games for Under-14s and a re-evaluation of the registration period and deadline for players to participate in external competitions. There were no shortage of talking points as the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) …

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