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Seven Connection players in T&T U-15 team; ‘Dada’ and Look Loy complain about poaching

Trinidad and Tobago Boys’ National Under-15 Team head coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier has announced his 20-man squad for this week’s TTFA Youth Invitational Tournament. The Boys National Under-15s, who are captained by Trendsetter Hawks midfielder Jaheim Marshall, will play Panama, Venezuela and Mexico on 17, 19 and 21 July respectively while …

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TTFA neglects Elite Girls; administrators struggle to explain why U-15 Girls inactive for five months

Five months after Trinidad and Tobago was controversially forfeited from the Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship in the United States, the local Girls’ National Under-15 Team have not held a single training session and have no idea when next they will meet on the football field. Team manager Vernetta Flanders confirmed …

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Charles-Fevrier says T&T progressing despite most inactive year since 1993, praises HoF value

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team assistant coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier suggested the Soca Warriors are progressing well for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup tournament, despite their most inactive calendar year in over two decades. The Warriors, led by head coach Dennis Lawrence, played six friendlies in 2018 with just one …

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TTFA board still to rule on Cooper appointment; Waldrum, Hood declare coaching interest

The Women Soca Warriors were promised the necessary funding for their upcoming Concacaf Championships in the United States by the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs. But the matter of their technical staff for the competition remains a contentious issue. On Monday, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David …

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T&T U-14 boys top CFU group with 2-0 win over Curaçao; Dantaye maintains hot streak

The Trinidad and Tobago Boys National Under-14 Team ended their Caribbean Challenge Series adventure yesterday with their fourth successive win, as they downed hosts Curaçao 2-0 in Willemstad to top their group in the developmental tournament. The national youth team—coached by Stuart Charles-Fevrier and operating under the TTFA’s National Elite …

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Goals like rain; T&T U-14 Boys whip Bonaire 11-1 in CFU competition

Trinidad and Tobago ran riot again in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Boys Under-14 National Under-14 this evening, as they whipped Bonaire 11-1 in their second outing of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Boys’ Under 14 Challenge Series. On Saturday evening, Abdul-Quddoos Hypolite scored twice as the young Soca Warriors …

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Concacaf withdraws invitation to T&T U-15 Women; St Rose mum as “elite team” grounded

The efforts of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-15 Team players over the past year and a half ended on an anticlimactic note today, as Concacaf withdrew its invitation for the young Women Soca Warriors to participate at the confederation’s 2018 Women’s Under-15 Championship in Florida. Trinidad and Tobago …

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Kudos for Quddoos; T&T U-14s shake off administrative gaffes to drub Guyana 8-0

Diminutive attacking midfielder, Abdul-Quddoos Hypolite, had an international debut to remember yesterday evening, as he scored twice for Trinidad and Tobago in a resounding 8-0 win over Guyana in Group C of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Boys Under-14 Challenge Series in Curaçao. The fixture represented the first outing for …

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TTFA’s elite issues: Women’s U15s set to forfeit Concacaf opener while Boys travel night before CFU game

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) elite youth teams were thrown into varying levels of disarray this week, as the Boys National Under-14 and Women’s National Under-15 Teams struggled to get to their respective competitions in Curaçao and the United States. On Friday night, the TTFA chartered a Liat …

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Unpacking the 2018 World Cup: Hart, Walkes, Hislop and Sheppard talk France, trends and lessons from Russia

“Teams that couldn’t adjust defensively and show patience and discipline to withstand those spells [of possession from opponents] found themselves chasing the game. France were without question the best at this…” “There was […] a return to what we would consider ‘outdated’ centre forwards like Mario Mandzukic, Olivier Giroud and, …

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