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A ‘Tiger’ at the back and Gellineau’s good head on top; T&T’s humble W/Cup bow in ‘66

As the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team prepare to kick off their Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying series, journalist Lasana Liburd recalls our first campaign with former national goalkeeper Lincoln ‘Tiger’ Phillips—in the first instalment of a series on T&T’s World Cup adventures, adapted from articles published first …

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Warriors spank Suriname to revive chances

Trinidad and Tobago’s recent football upheavals started—or perhaps ended—at the hands of Caribbean colleagues, Guyana. But at least, Guyana had the good grace to give something back. More on that later. The “Soca Warriors” managed their first home victory under interim coach Hutson “Barber” Charles last night with a 3-0 …

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Warriors set for game of their lives

Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team interim coach Hutson “Barber” Charles vowed that the “Soca Warriors” will set out to play the game of their lives against Suriname from 8 pm tonight at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago. After a 1-1 draw with St Vincent and the …

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Magical Marcel dismantles Suriname

Cuban attacker Marcel Hernandez lit the flame at the 2012 Caribbean Cup qualifying tournament tonight with an outstanding performance in a resounding 5-0 win for the Spanish-speaking islanders against Suriname at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago. If communist Cuba espouses the importance of collectivism over individualism, Hernandez did …

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