Following the Soca Warriors 2-1 loss to Guyana which knocked T&T out of the 2014 World Cup, T&T football must now wake up to the reality that a Guyanese supporter is reported as saying:“dis nah lang time.”
Outspoken Minister of Sports, Anil Roberts is of the personal view today’s Soca Warriors 2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil qualifier against Guyana should be the last for German-born coach Otto Pfister.
It is neither captain Kenwyne Jones and his players, nor German coach Otto Pfister, but rather the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) which is coming in for the heaviest criticism following the national team's early elimination from 2014 World Cup qualifying.
The failed 2014 Brazil World Cup campaign officially comes to an end for Trinidad and Tobago today. But the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs has already gone into development mode.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago Under-23 football team coach Angus Eve has slammed the treatment of local-based tacticians by the national associations and general public.
Guyana National Team head coach Jamaal Shabazz believes that the time is right for Trinidad and Tobago to see its immediate future in football as the ideal opportunity to have continuity by engaging in a full fledge and properly orchestrated program that can see the country’s national teams rise again to the top of Caribbean football and become a respected opponent in Concacaf.
T&T’s Akeem Garcia was awarded the Most Improved Player at the closing ceremony of the 2011 Digicel Kick Start Academy, held at the VIP Room of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, on Sunday.
A TTFF C Licence coaching course organized by the Movement for Football Exellence (MOVE) for 21 to 25 November 2011 is now under threat of cancellation as the deepening political impasse in the EFA has seen powerful elements within the TTFF and EFA refuse to sanction its delivery.
FORMER national player, Brent Sancho, is calling for all football in Trinidad and Tobago to be run by one organisation.