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This evening, the Hasely Crawford Stadium becomes this country’s main battlefield as Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team face off with Panama in a CONCACAF 2018 World Cup qualifier from 7pm.

Campbell: I’m here for the long haul

“I am here for the long run. I want to qualify. I’m a winner and I will try to help Dennis and he is a fantastic man. He is a very detailed and passionate man.

English-based defender Andre Boucaud has had a positive reaction to the four days of preparations among the 26 players for today’s World Cup qualifier with Panama at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

“I didn’t think I would make the 26 man squad because the players in here are all quality.”

T&T Football Association (TTFA) has been barred from preventing United States (US) Spanish language television network Telemundo from broadcasting this country’s next two World Cup qualifiers.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago men’s football team will need to match the desire, hunger and intensity of Panama, according to T&T coach Dennis Lawrence, ahead of tomorrow’s 2018 FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Zone Final Round qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

North Carolina FC has announced the signing of midfielders Dre Fortune and Lance Laing. As per club policy, terms of the contracts were not disclosed.

Sacramento Republic FC have agreed to a contract with Julius James for the 2017 USL season, pending league and federation approval. James played the last four seasons in the NASL, winning the Soccer Bowl in 2014 with the San Antonio Scorpions.

Forward Lester Peltier made his debut for Alashkert in a 2-1 victory over Armenia Premier League table toppers Banants on the weekend.

Kevin Molino built a reputation as a lethal attacker with Orlando City last year — but also for after-hours forays.

Eighteen year old Trinidad and Tobago national youth team left back Keston Julien will represent mid-table Slovakia outfit, AS Trenčín, this season after he completed his move to Europe today.

Over the course of his career he proved himself to be one of the finest strikers in the Premier League with great finishing touch. Dwight Yorke will hope that this ability to hit the target will transition over to the golf course at the ICONS of Football 2017 tournament this summer, so he and his Rest of the World teammates will smile all the way to victory.

Molik Khan continued his impressive start to the Flow 2017 Youth Pro League by netting four goals to power W Connection to a 7-0 win over their St. Ann’s Rangers Under-13 counterparts on Sunday at Trinity College ground in Moka.

CROWN TRACE FC won the Boys Under-15 category while SKHY FC took the Boys Under-17 division in the 17th annual Carapichaima Youth Football Super League last Saturday, at the St Mary’s Recreation Ground in Freeport.

Former national captain Russell Latapy took a trip up memory lane when he journeyed to the Sogren Trace Ground in Laventille recently to witness the final of the T&T Football 7s Open tournament on Saturday.

Masons FC claimed the title in a highly competitive Under-9 category at Saturdays’s San Fernando Football Academy’s 19th Youth Football Tournament at Skinner Park, San Fernando, when it defeated Fyzabad United 6-0 in the final.

As an avid football supporter, I would like to offer some humble suggestions to Messrs Dexter Skeene and company, on how to get the crowds out to games.

Three executive members of the Central Football Association (CFA) were suspended yesterday after they were found to have violated the constitution.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s head coach Carolina Morace says her squad is settling into a level of preparation that is conducive to international football and she expects their will be continued improvements in fitness levels and tactical awareness.

Members of the Senior Men’s and Women’s Team recently underwent a full medical surveillance conducted by the Healthnet and Lab Medica Group, an existing partner of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.

“Roti is culture, being late is not culture. It's a bad habit.”

It is always a bit of an eye-opener when foreign eyes survey the local environment and present a very different perspective on attitudes and behaviours.

National Women’s coach Carolina Morace believes that her players are on the right path to being prepared for taking on the rigours and demands of international women’s football.

While the Senior Men’s Team is in the midst of World Cup qualifying action, the Women will also be brought into action as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has secured two international warm up matches against Venezuela’s Senior Women’s Team on March 26th and March 29th at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The games will kick off at 4pm and 7pm respectively.

Members of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s Team have embraced Head Coach Carolina Morace and her staff and are putting in endless hours on the training pitch as they engage in an ongoing training programme at the Mannie Ramjohn and Ato Boldon Stadiums.

Upcoming Events

Fri Mar 24 @ 7:00PM -
Trinidad and Tobago vs Panama
Sun Mar 26 @ 4:00PM -
Trinidad and Tobago Women vs Venezuela
Mon Mar 27 @ 7:00PM -
Trinidad and Tobago vs Mexico
Wed Mar 29 @ 7:00PM -
Trinidad and Tobago Women vs Venezuela

Pro League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 Central FC 18 47
2 W Connection FC 18 46
3 San Juan Jabloteh 18 29
4 Ma Pau Stars 17 25
5 Club Sando 18 25
6 Police FC 18 20
7 Defence Force 17 20
8 St. Ann's Rangers 18 17
9 Morvant Caledonia United 17 12
10 Point Fortin Civic FC 17 6

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Tuesday, 24 March 1998

Shaka Hislop plays for the England U-21 team against Switzerland U-21 in an International Friendly at the Brügglifeld Stadion in Aarau Switzerland. England lose 2-0.

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Trinidad and Tobago Beach Soccer team captain Ryan Augustine has received an invitation to play for Spanish beach soccer club Torredembarra at the Inter Cup International Beach Soccer Cup 2017 in Saint Petersburg, Russia from March 20th-26th.

Do three international assignments undertaken under the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) during the tenure of the current David John-Williams administration not prove the legitimacy of the management of the Trinidad and Tobago national futsal team and its claim for compensation?