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Eve gets U-17 job with Leon, Ince and Jeffrey as assistants, Look Loy sympathises with Cooper

Naparima College and Tiger Tanks Club Sando coach Angus Eve was confirmed as Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Under-17 Team head coach this evening with Keith Jeffrey and Clyde Leon as his assistants, Clayton Ince as goalkeeper coach, Adarryl John as trainer and Wesley Webb as team manager. The technical …

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Eve, Vranes, Jack, Cooper among TTFA applicants; over 500 coaches to know fate by 10 January

Former World Cup 2006 goalkeepers Kelvin Jack and Clayton Ince, 2009 Under-20 World Cup coach Zoran Vranes, Trinidad and Tobago’s most capped outfield player and serial SSFL champion coach Angus Eve, former national youth team coach Dion La Foucade and current National Intercol winner Shawn Cooper are apparently among a …

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Angus Eve unplugged: ‘Naps’ coach on the SSFL’s standards, national youth football and his coaching philosophy

“Life in 2019 is way different to the 1980s. Back then we had one channel, TTT, and we were not getting all the Italian League and England Premier League and La Liga and so on, which is what they are comparing the young children to. So we didn’t get to …

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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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