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National captain omitted from T&T squad

Trinidad and Tobago national football team captain Jan-Michael Williams has thrown his full support behind the technical staff after being overlooked for next Wednesday’s international friendly against Peru at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Williams has not played competitive football since the 2012 Caribbean Cup finals on December 12 …

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Soca Warriors set for Christmas pay-out

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team’s players and staff are set for a merry holiday season as the Sport Ministry and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) are both set to reward the “Soca Warriors” for their efforts in a testing year. National football team manager William Wallace …

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A ranking story for Warriors

Trinidad and Tobago’s latest FIFA rank of 67 is our best placement in three years. But the highest rank ever achieved by the “Soca Warriors” was 25th under late Scottish coach Ian Porterfield in June 2001. Porterfield inherited a team ranked 40th in the world from his predecessor, Bertille St Clair. In …

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Warriors declare: The hunger is back

Trinidad and Tobago national football defender Seon Power refused to celebrate second place after the “Soca Warriors” lost the 2012 Caribbean Cup final to Cuba yesterday evening after an extra time goal by Marcel Hernandez. But Power had a word for football fans back home. “The hunger is back and …

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Shorthanded Warriors vow to fight against Martinique

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team could feasibly have just 15 available players for tomorrow’s 2012 Caribbean Cup semifinal fixture against Martinique in Antigua after the Caribbean Football Union denied its request to replace two injured players. The “Soca Warriors” play Martinique from 5 pm at the Antigua Recreation …

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T&T celebrates Gold Cup spot after Haitian help

Thirty-nine years ago, Haiti extinguished the football dreams of one of Trinidad and Tobago’s most gifted generations with a controversial 2-1 World Cup qualifying win in Port-au-Prince. Tonight, Haiti and Trinidad and Tobago players celebrated the same result as a nail-biting 1-0 win for the French-speaking Islanders over host nation …

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T&T’s Caribbean Cup campaign live online

Wired868.com will not be the only online treat for Trinidad and Tobago football fans over the next fortnight. The 2012 Caribbean Cup will be streamed live online at www.caribbeanfootball.org. An agreement has also been reached between CMC Sport and the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) which means a televised feed for …

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Guerra sinks Cuba as Warriors top group

Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Ataullah Guerra transformed the Dwight Yorke Stadium into a love nest tonight with the decisive goal as the “Soca Warriors” advanced to next month’s 2012 Caribbean Cup finals in style with a 1-0 victory over Cuba in Bacolet, Tobago. Guerra hopped along the running track, blowing …

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Warriors spank Suriname to revive chances

Trinidad and Tobago’s recent football upheavals started—or perhaps ended—at the hands of Caribbean colleagues, Guyana. But at least, Guyana had the good grace to give something back. More on that later. The “Soca Warriors” managed their first home victory under interim coach Hutson “Barber” Charles last night with a 3-0 …

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Soca Warriors bullied in 1-1 tie against St Vincent

Tobago is used to being fought over. The tiny island changed hands 33 times since the Courlanders first settled there in 1654 while, at present, the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) is at the centre of a fierce political battle between the ruling People’s Partnership and the opposition People’s National …

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