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Gally: We were ready

Gally and President Max Richards at TTFF CentennialTrinidad and Tobago’s Strike Squad entered the final phase of the 1990 World Cup qualifying campaign with an away match to the United States of America on May 13, 1989 and took a valuable point with a 1-1 draw. This was followed by another 1-1 draw on May 28, this time at home to Costa Rica and a 0-1 loss in the return leg on June 11.


In memory of a sad football day

Jamaica defeats T&T on penalty kicks at the 2014 Caribbean Cup finalThe challenge of the past few months for our national men’s Soca Warriors ended in what many considered an ideal final against Jamaica, two countries with strong rivalry history in almost every aspect of their existence.


It wasn't the sun...says Michael Maurice on 1-0 World Cup loss to USA

Michael Maurice at the Hasely Crawford Stadium“Nobody ever asked me what caused the goal to score.”


David stays solid in T&T defence

Finland-based defender Aubrey David turned out to be one of the key performers for T&T at the Caribbean  Cup Finals in Montego Bay in Jamaica.


Strike Squad marks 25th anniversary of November 19

Strike Squad PostcardTwenty-five years later, and Clayton Morris is still recovering from November 19, 1989.


Molino takes topscorer award

National team forward Kevin Molino received the top scorer award at the Caribbean Cup Finals on Tuesday night after finishing the tournament with three goals. He was tied with Jamaica’s Darren Mattocks and Haiti’s Kervens Belfort.


Runners up for a second straight time as T&T lose to Reggae Boyz

Runners up for a second straight time.Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior footballers succumbed to Jamaica on penalty kicks but a second place finish at the Caribbean Cup Finals is still a proud achievement and leaves a lot to anticipate going forward.


Relive Trinidad and Tobago 0-1 USA, Nov. 19, 1989

A section of the sold out National Stadium on November 19, 1989 when Trinidad and Tobago faced the USA in a World Cup QualifierToday marks 25 years since the US Men’s National Team beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 in Port of Spain to qualify for the 1990 World Cup. That’s 25 years since Paul Caligiuri’s famous Shot Heard ‘Round the World., 25 years since the beginning of the modern era of American soccer. Before that famous game on Nov. 19, 1989, the US hadn’t been to a World Cup since 1950. Now the US expects to be there, every time.


Quality play needed from Soca Warriors

The feeling of playing in a final sporting event could hardly ever be described in just a few words, regardless of what sport it is and where it is played.