NATIONAL Under-17 footballer Che Benny has his eyes set on a professional contract in Europe and playing for the Trinidad and Tobago men’s team, following his experience at Manchester United recently.
Former National Football Captain Russell Latapy has issued an appeal to players to let their “football do the talking”.
National Under 17 Men’s Team Head Coach Russell Latapy has offered congratulations to the five teams from the Caribbean Football Union which have qualified for the CONCACAF Final Round of qualification for the FIFA Under 17 Men’s World Cup in 2017.
REYNOLD CARRINGTON served many good balls during his playing days at Defence Force, Directv W Connection and the Trinidad and Tobago national team. These days, he has joined a new team—Newlands/Mahaica.
The Trinidad and Tobago National Under-17 Team’s fading 2017 World Cup dreams were finally put to rest at the Hasely Crawford Stadium last night, as Suriname clinched the final available CONCACAF berth despite a 2-1 loss to Cuba.
The Finals of the 2016 Scotiabank Caribbean Cup will be hosted by one of the four finalist countries ahead of next year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup.
RUSSELL LATAPY, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Under-17 football team, has called for continuity with the national youth squads, and not the usual system whereby teams are selected mere weeks before Caribbean Football Union (CFU) and CONCACAF qualifiers.
Under-17 captain Jaydon Prowell is already planning for the next phase of his career in light of this country’s exit from the 2017 FIFA Under 17 World Cup qualifying campaign.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 17 Men’s Team once again showed their ability to produce a strong show of resilience and ability to bounce back but it was not enough on Tuesday night as they went down 3-2 to Jamaica in their closing Group A fixture in the Caribbean Football Union Finals at the Ato Boldon Stadium.