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Warriors hold off Martinique to end tour without conceding; Foncette gets maiden clean sheet

The Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team ended their two-match Caribbean tour with a solid showing in Martinique today, coming away with a goalless draw against the host nation—who were without their Europe-based players—at the Stade Pierre Aliker in Fort-de-France. The result ensured that, after their 1-0 win over Guadeloupe …

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Levi and Joevin head nine overseas-based players in Lawrence’s 20-man Warriors squad

Germany-based wing-back Joevin Jones and Netherlands-based winger Levi Garcia were among nine overseas-based players selected in a 20-man Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team squad today to face Guadeloupe and Martinique on 23 and 25 March respectively. Jones moved to German Second Division club Darmstadt 98 in January while Garcia …

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Defiant Warriors are into Caribbean Cup finals

Two months ago, the Trinidad and Tobago national football team was on the verge of elimination from the Caribbean Cup without kicking a ball as the Sport Ministry initially refused to financially support what Permanent Secretary Ashwin Creed described as an abysmal team. On Sunday afternoon, those same “Soca Warriors” …

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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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