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Hart urges players to earn their pick on national team

With the next set of competitive fixtures carded to take place in September when Trinidad and Tobago host the semi-final round of the Caribbean Cup qualifiers, national team head coach Stephen Hart wants his players to earn the right to make into his final team.


Hart looks at senior team future as T&T prepare for Gold Cup qualifiers

With the 2014 World Cup now something of the past, National Senior Team head coach Hart looks at senior team future as T&T prepare for Gold Cup qualifiers.Stephen Hart is now focused on preparing his team for the Caribbean Cup qualification which will see T&T entering competition at the semi-final round which will be hosted here in October.


Interview with Everald "Gally" Cummings

Everald Gally CummingsDespite having appeared at its only World Cup in 2006 Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) holds a decent record at qualifying campaigns and barring controversial decisions both on and off the field, T&T may well have graced the stage of three World Cups. At least that the view held by decorated player and coach Everald “Gally” Cummings.


The day T&T kept Colombia's star boy off the scoresheet

The day T&T kept Colombia's star boy off the scoresheet.He won the hearts of many for his exhilarating performances at the 2014 World Cup Finals and is certainly going to be among the stars emanating from these finals. But many may not recall that James Rodriguez, scorer of six goals at the 2014 World Cup, has in fact played against Trinidad and Tobago.


Facing Messi... The experience!

Facing Messi... The experience!There are some experiences or moments in one’s career that are only dreamt of. Some are realized and some remain being chased after. On June 4th, 2014, a group of this country’s most capable footballers stepped side by side with one of the greatest footballers ever seen and rated as the best in the modern game.


PM settles Warriors bonus dispute

PM settles Warriors bonus dispute.Eight years after they were promised a bonus for their appearance at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, 13 members of the Soca Warriors will be paid the outstanding balance of US$1.3 million.


Footballer smashes window at daycare where son died

National footballer Marvin Phillip has been urged by police to seek counselling after he smashed a window at the daycare centre in Chaguanas where his ten-month-old son Matai Phillip died on June 6.


Brent Sancho: Inside the soul of a Warrior

Brent SanchoPlaying football at a professional level is what most young players aspire to, playing at a World Cup is what they consider the pinnacle of everything they set out to do. It is a dream held by many but achieved by a few.


Can T&T reach another World Cup?

Is Trinidad and Tobago ready for CONCACAF?

Given the improved performances of the three (Costa Rica, Mexico and USA) most powerful nations within CONCACAF at the World Cup, several burning questions have to be answered as I am sure they are already oscillating in the minds of many especially those in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU).