Trinidad and Tobago- born Rajesh Latchoo, the head coach of the Dominica Men’s national team, is today still coming to terms with the horrifying experience of Hurricane Maria which followed Hurricane Irma that saw the island ravaged by the most powerful storm in its history with many buildings were completely destroyed and virtually none were left.
Concacaf General Secretary Phillipe Moggio has indicated that the confederation is looking to increase its activities in the Caribbean with the aim of improving the game throughout the Concacaf region.
While Trinidad and Tobago’s “Soca Warriors” will try to avoid a seventh straight defeat when they tackle Mexico in World Cup qualifying action tonight, their bosses at the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) suffered a loss of their own today when they conceded to former FIFA referee Ramesh Ramdhan in a High Court matter that will now see them paying upwards of TT$540,000.
THE pair of sporting stadia, in Couva (Ato Boldon) and Marabella (Manny Ramjohn), have been affected by the persistent rainfall which have left parts of Trinidad under water for the past few days.
Football will finally get a home of its own.
The sod was officially turned yesterday for a 72-room sports hotel in Couva which is expected to be completed by September next year. The “home of football” will be located at the eastern side of the National Cycling Velodrome, running parallel to the Solomon Hochoy Highway.
The Southern Football Association, Eastern FA, Central FA and the Eastern Counties Football Union (ECFU) have advanced to the semi-finals of the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) National Elite Youth Programme Boys Under 13 to be played at a date to be determined.
SOUTHERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION (SFA) defeated Eastern Counties Football Union (ECFU) 2-0 to keep a 100 per cent unbeaten record after three rounds of football matches the NLCB National Elite Youth Programme.
"The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has noted with concern several social media posts by the U.S Soccer team’s official Twitter account.
With two games left on the FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign, coach Dennis Lawrence has already shifted his focus to 2022 in Qatar, which is evident from the squad selected on Tuesday for the coming matches, consisting mainly of newcomers.