This country’s National Under 17 Men’s Team will be taking the competitive international stage with the intentions of launching long, successful careers on the football pitch when they enter the field for tonight’s opening fixture against Haiti in the Caribbean Football Union Under 17s Final Round.
Captain of the National Under-17 football team John-Paul Rochford has set his sights on conquering the Jamaicans when his side does battle in the final round of the CFU Under 17 World Cup qualifiers.
Trinidad and Tobago National Under 17 Men’s Team head coach Russell Latapy has finalised a 22-man squad to contest the upcoming Caribbean Football Union Final Round of World Cup qualifiers which kicks off at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Friday September 16th with a double header.
Trinidad and Tobago attacking duo of Luke Singh and Nion Lammy are keeping their feet on the ground but has promised to put on a strong showing that they hope will be enough to take this country through to the CONCACAF Final round of qualification for the 2017 FIFA Under 17 World Cup in India.
As this country’s National Under 17 men stepped up their preparations this week for the upcoming Caribbean Football Union Final Round of World Cup qualifiers, captain John-Paul Rochford and his teammates had the distinct honour of being joined on the training pitch by former Manchester United star and ex-National Team captain Dwight Yorke on Monday at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.
Members of this country’s 22-man National Under 17 Men’s team underwent a full range of medical tests and were all passed fit ahead of their upcoming assignment at the Caribbean Football Union Under 17 Men’s Finals starting at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Friday.
On the job for just under a month, former Trinidad and Tobago football maestro Russell Latapy is working feverishly with the National Under 17 Men’s Team to get them fully ready for the upcoming Caribbean Football Union Final Round of Under 17 World Cup qualifiers which takes place in this country from September 16th-25th.
W Connection midfielder Isaiah Hudson is expected to be a key component in the national under 17 team for their upcoming Caribbean Football Union Under 17 Final Round of World Cup qualification which kicks off with a double header at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.
Former Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper and current ESPN football pundit Shaka Hislop believes that local football stands to benefit tremendously from the services of Russell Latapy as head coach of the National Under 17 team and his involvement with the development of the other youth teams over the two-year period he has agreed to serve the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.