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‘A fine young man’, ‘Our brother’, ‘A special player’: Tributes pour in for Shahdon

“He was a talented and dedicated player, our captain, a father, and it was a honour to watch his growth and achievements over the last two decades on a personal and professional level…” The following are words of love and comfort in memory of Trinidad and Tobago international forward, W …

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Warriors return to POS after two-year absence, Lawrence seeks to end 10-game winless streak

The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team return to Port of Spain tonight for a crucial 2019 Concacaf Nations League outing against Martinique from 9pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. At stake is a place at the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup and the Concacaf Hex for the Qatar 2022 World …

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Bateau: Warriors will put pressure on themselves to lift levels, Concacaf raises stakes for Martinique contest

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team defender Sheldon Bateau vowed that the Soca Warriors will try to put pressure on each other to lift their standards, as they search for their first win of 2019 away to Martinique on Friday. Trinidad and Tobago and Martinique kick off from 6pm …

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Lawrence disappointed with Guyana result but insists T&T are on right path to success

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team stand-in skipper Sheldon Bateau suggested that the Soca Warriors—who failed to even qualify for the 2017 Caribbean Cup semifinal stage—are in danger of being caught and surpassed by less fancied regional opposition. Last night, Trinidad and Tobago were forced to come from behind for …

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Lawrence: I’m 100 percent sure of myself! T&T coach on axed players, Stern, Sol and Qatar 2022

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team head coach Dennis Lawrence struck a bullish pose at today’s media conference at the National Cycling Centre in Couva, insisting that he had 100 percent confidence in his ability to steer the Soca Warriors towards success, despite a run of eight consecutive matches without …

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