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“It was heart-breaking!” Maylee opens up about Morace, Shabazz, DJW and T&T’s disastrous W/Cup campaign

In 2018, two Caribbean teams qualified for FIFA World Cup tournaments for the first time. Neither were Trinidad and Tobago. Haiti booked their place for the France 2018 Women’s Under-20 World Cup—after finishing third at the Concacaf tournament hosted right here in Couva—while Jamaica qualified for the senior 2019 World …

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Unrest, victimisation and Randy’s letter; “Yaya” spills beans on T&T’s campaign and her refusal to play against USA

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team star forward and all-time record goal scorer, Kennya “Yaya” Cordner, revealed today that she refused to represent her country in World Cup qualifying action last night, after becoming disenchanted with head coach Shawn Cooper. Cordner was initially listed on the starting line-up for …

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Luckless W/Warriors eliminated after 4-1 Mexico loss, T&T lose Kayla, Tasha and Superville to injuries

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team created some scares—particularly in the first half—but they could not hold off Mexico, as they succumbed to their second successive defeat of the Concacaf Championship. It was 1-1 after 50 minutes, as a Jonelle Cato penalty kick nullified a first half Charlyn …

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Cooper: “Difficult start”; T&T lose Cunningham, Cordner is injury doubt after Panama defeat

It was a case of adding injury to insult for the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Team yesterday, as they were not only whipped 3-0 by underdogs, Panama, but also face the prospect of losing key players, Kennya “Yaya” Cordner and Jenelle Cunningham, to injury. Cunningham, a solid central defender, …

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Women Warriors still stuck in T’dad despite assurances; Cooper omits Maylee from final W/Cup squad

Eight days before Trinidad and Tobago’s opening 2018 Concacaf Championship fixture against Panama—and despite assurances by Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe—the Women Soca Warriors have no confirmed coach, no plane tickets for the pre-tournament camp and are …

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“Nero is fiddling while Rome burns!” T&T women beg for TTFA support while board urges DJW to act

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team players have taken to social media to beg for support, as their preparation for the France 2019 World Cup remains hamstrung by the uncooperative Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). “[Twenty one] days away from our final stage of World Cup qualifier …

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Kayla strikes again and “Yaya” nets double as T&T qualify for Concacaf with 3-0 win over Bermuda

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team finished their 2018 Caribbean Championship campaign on a winning note this evening, as they shot down Bermuda 3-0 at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. The result assured the Women’s Soca Warriors of a place in next month’s Concacaf Championship in the …

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Taylor doubles up and “Yaya” on target as T&T whip Antigua 5-0 in CFU fixture

Kayla Taylor registered a double and returning forward Kennya “Yaya” Cordner chipped in a solitary item, as Trinidad and Tobago spanked Antigua and Barbuda 5-0 this evening in 2018 Caribbean Championship action at the Kingston National Stadium in Jamaica. The win preserved the Women Soca Warriors’ 100 percent record in …

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Corneal buoyed by Cordner’s return, expects T&T to get job done against Antigua

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team star Kennya “Yaya” Cordner should make her first appearance of the France 2019 World Cup qualifying campaign against Antigua and Barbuda from 5pm (TT time) tomorrow, after finally joining up with the Women Soca Warriors. Cordner, who plays professionally in Norway, joined the …

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‘Yaya’ is back but no return for Maylee and Mollon; T&T Women travel to Jamaica in three batches

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Women’s record goalscorer Kennya “Yaya” Cordner should rejoin the national fold for the five-team 2018 Caribbean Championships in Jamaica from 25 August to 2 September. However, there will be no return from former Women Soca Warriors captain Maylee Attin-Johnson or veteran winger Ahkeela Mollon. Cordner, …

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W/Warriors “largely unchanged” for opening WCQ games; Cordner, Arin and Khadisha to join later

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team will be “largely unchanged” this Saturday when they start their France 2019 World Cup qualifying campaign against the US Virgin Islands at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Trinidad and Tobago and the USVI will compete with Grenada, Dominica and St Kitts …

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