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Carrington: ‘Our intention was not to concede’; game management and outage contributed to loss in Nicaragua

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team assistant coach Reynold Carrington and captain Marvin Phillip confirmed that the Soca Warriors set out for a draw last night in Managua, as they picked over their 2-1 defeat to Nicaragua in their opening Concacaf Nations League assignment. The Warriors conceded from a …

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B&B Ep 18: Jan-Michael Williams (Pt 1): My path to the number one shirt

HFX Wanderers goalkeeper coach and ex-Trinidad and Tobago international stand-out and three-time Gold Cup custodian Jan-Michael Williams talks to Burdie and Barney about tough lessons at the 2001 U-17 World Cup, racism in Hungary, and the mental, physical and psychological preparation necessary to become a high level international footballer. Subscribe …

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‘Blatant disrespect!’ Players lift lid on G/Cup feud, which almost saw T&T withdraw before Mexico game

The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team came within a whisker of elimination from the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup tournament before the competition even started in earnest.  But the wily opponent that nearly chopped down the Soca Warriors, according to the players themselves, was not French Guiana or Montserrat …

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Eve urges Concacaf to punish Mexico, as T&T players subjected to racist abuse and death threats

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team interim head coach Angus Eve called on Concacaf to ‘make an example’ of Mexico, after national footballers and officials were besieged with obscene, abusive messages, racist taunts and death threats, following the goalless draw between the two nations on 10 July 2021. Mexico, …

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Eve’s gamble pays off as Trinidad and Tobago defy Mexico; Phillip stars in goalless draw

Defiant, disciplined, dogged. The Soca Warriors are back! At the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team faced over 40,000 Mexican supporters, 15 Mexico players, one Argentine and, apparently, hundreds of sweaty uncouth homophobes. But at the final whistle, they remained unbowed in their …

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