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Collective head-scratching as Fifa lists Corneal, De Four and Caesar as employees

Who returned Anton Corneal, Stephan De Four and Wayne Caesar to their former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) portfolios? At present, the Fifa website lists the aforementioned men as technical director, Women’s National Senior Team head coach and referee’s department head respectively. However, none of those appointments were made by …

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Que Serrant, Serrant! T&T U-20s squeeze past Cayman Islands to book Round of 16 place

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-20 Team are through to the Concacaf Championship Round of 16, after a 2-0 win over the Cayman Islands today—but it is probably not a game that head coach Richard Hood will enjoy reviewing. The Women Soca Warriors laboured for much of the game …

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TTFA targets Hood and Waldrum to replace De Four; Look Loy explains delay in Board release

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical committee chairman Keith Look Loy confirmed that Women Soca Warriors head coach Stephan De Four has been dismissed, with his National Under-17 and Under-20 portfolios offered to Police FC coach Richard Hood and former Women’s National Senior Team coach Randy Waldrum. Hood, who …

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Warrick: De Four should look in the mirror for cause of Women’s Olympic fiasco, not blame WOLF

“A bad carpenter blames his tools… Mr [Stephan] DeFour, you should not only apologise to TT WOLF, but its players and clubs, who feed all national programs.” The following press statement was issued by Women’s League of Football (WOLF) president Susan Joseph-Warrick in response to Women’s National Senior Team head …

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‘United TTFA’ blame John-Williams for ‘alarming destruction’ of T&T football

“United TTFA sees the immediate ill fortune of [the Men’s and Women’s National Senior Teams] as emblematic of the ongoing collapse of TTFA’s national teams programme under the David John-Williams administration…” The following media statement on the state of Trinidad and Tobago football was issued by ‘United TTFA’ members Anthony …

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De Four: ‘Setback’ won’t stop rebuilding process; T&T women’s coach ‘pleased’ after 0-0 draw with Dominican Republic

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team head coach Stephan De Four said his players are already showing signs of improvement in their ‘rebuilding process’ after they followed up on Sunday’s 4-1 defeat to St Kitts and Nevis with a goalless draw against the Dominican Republic at the Ato Boldon …

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De Four: ‘We are in a rebuilding process’; T&T women’s coach asks for time after 4-1 loss to St Kitts

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team head coach Stephan De Four said his outfit are rebuilding and need more time to improve their chemistry, after a 4-1 loss to St Kitts and Nevis yesterday evening pushed them to the brink of early elimination from the 2020 Olympic qualifying series. …

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St Kitts stun T&T women 4-1, W/Warriors face Olympic elimination with a game to spare

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team are facing elimination from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifying series after just three matches, following a 4-1 loss to St Kitts and Nevis at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva this evening. The shock result means the Women Soca Warriors are third …

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Red, white, black and green: Women Warriors begin Olympic qualifiers with array of fresh faces

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team begin their 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship campaign on Monday 30 September. The fresh-faced squad—more than half of whom are newcomers at senior international level—will face Aruba at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Head coach, Stephan De Four, said the team …

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De Four names 18 overseas players in training squad for Olympic qualifiers; ‘Baby’ appointed skipper

Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team head coach Stephan De Four named 18 overseas-based players in his 29-member squad for a residential camp, as they prepare for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifying series. The team will be led by Iceland-based midfielder Karyn ‘Baby’ Forbes and lists her sister and …

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