Trinidad and Tobago topped Group C in the Caribbean Football Union Under 14 Boys Challenge Series with a 2-0 victory over hosts Curacao at the Ergilio Hato Stadium in Willemstad on Sunday evening. The win was T&T’s fourth successive in the competition and left them on twelve points, three ahead of runners up Curacao.
It was another goal-fest for Trinidad and Tobago on Monday at the Caribbean Football Union Boys’ Under 14 Challenge Series being contested in Curacao. A beaver-trick from Nathaniel James and Ja-Shawn Thomas’s hat-trick were the highlights of an 11-1 victory versus Bonaire as the Elites followed up an 8-0 opening day win over Guyana with another impressive performance.
Head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA)/NLCB elite under-14 boys programme, Stuart Charles Fevrier, is currently overseeing the preparation of 40 male players who have been in training four days per week on an ongoing basis at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.
The little Big man, Abdul-Quddoos Hypolite is the toast of Curacao with an inspired performance in the attack for Trinidad and Tobago when they faced Guyana in the opening match of the Caribbean Football Union Boys’ Under 14 Challenge Series. The game ended 8-0 in favour of T&T with Hypolite grabbing a first half brace.
The job that keeps on giving.
Russell Latapy, no doubt he was a T&T football legend on the field. Capable of ripping through any defences on his day for both club and country. He was the smallest player on the field with the biggest boot and a football IQ that would win over any pundit.
The best National Under 15 male footballers are all following the World Cup taking place in Russia. Some are rooting for their favourites but more than that, they are keenly observing the different aspects of the game as displayed by the best teams in the world.
Trinidad and Tobago National Under-15 Team head coach Russell Latapy has not addressed the public since his team returned last week from a shambolic showing at the CONCACAF Under-15 Championship in Florida.
While the World Cup is in full swing in Russia, several of this country’s aspiring international footballers are facing the grind four days a week as the TTFA/NLCB Elite U-15 Boys programme continues at a brisk pace at the TTFA Home of Football, Ato Boldon Stadium.
The good news is that Trinidad and Tobago finally got on the score sheet in the fourth and final outing of their CONCACAF Under-15 Championship adventure today. The bad news is coach Russell Latapy’s team conceded their highest tally for the competition, losing to Jamaica by a humiliating 8-1 margin in the seventh/eighth place play-off at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.