The current group of national under 20 men footballers are committed to putting in the extra work that is required to take them to a World Cup level. This is the feeling of national under 20 men’s team head coach Brian Williams.
National Under 20 men’s coach Brian Williams intends to instill a strong level of patriotism in the new bunch of Under 20 players as they seek to qualify for the 2017 FIFA Under 20 World Cup in South Korea. And he intends to make continued reference to the recent run of success by the men’s team.
Former national Under-20 football prospect Lannel Hamilton wants to continue his dream of becoming a professional player, but needs sponsorship to attend a UEFA Football Camp in Austria.
This Country’s National Under 20 Men’s Team has been grouped with St Lucia,Turks and Caicos and Guadeloupe for the opening phase of the Caribbean Football Union leg of 2017 Under 20 World Cup Qualifiers which will be staged in Trinidad and Tobago from June 15th to 19th.
DEREK KING, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 football team, is calling on improved preparations for future national youth teams, if they are to succeed at the Concacaf level.
A provisional squad of thirty-three players have been called up to begin preparations with the National Under 20 Men’s Team at the Ato Boldon Stadium mainfield in Couva this Monday from 4:30pm.
“They lost because of individual errors,” said CONCACAF technical study group member Keith Look Loy. “But, as a general statement, I cannot be satisfied with the statistical performance of the team. Seven goals in five games are not good enough…
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is today pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Williams as Head Coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Under 20 Team.
It took 77 minutes, a two-man numerical advantage and a goalkeeping blunder to separate Trinidad and Tobago and Panama on Sunday in their CONCACAF Under-20 Championship clash in Montego Bay.