Trinidad and Tobago’s 18-man squad entered their third day of training at the Prentup Field in Colorado on Friday as the build up continues to the June 8th World Cup Qualifier against the United States at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.
Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men got their first feel of the Colorado conditions as Dennis Lawrence conducted his first practice session of the residential training camp at Prentup Field,University of Colorado at 5:30pm (7:30pm TT Time) on Wednesday.
Mexican-based midfielder Jomal Williams put in a decent shift for this country’s senior team in the recent 2-2 draw with Grenada in St George’s in what was his first appearance under head coach Dennis Lawrence.
A 17-man Trinidad and Tobago squad along with head coach Dennis Lawrene and his staff will depart for Denver, Colorado on Tuesday morning at 9 am to begin a residential training camp in the build up to the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying final round encounter against the United States at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on June 8th.
Trinidad and Tobago Men’s Senior Team head coach Dennis Lawrence departed for Denver today to conduct site visits ahead of this country’s 2018 World Cup Qualifying game against the United States on June 8th at Dick’s Sporting Good Park.
T&T veteran midfielder Carlos Edwards believes the team’s two-week training camp in Colorado, USA in preparations for the June 8th World Cup qualifier against the United States, is a exactly what is needed in order to give them a decent enough chance to pulling off a result.
Dennis Lawrence’s benchmark for quality is surely pretty high, And on Saturday night in St George’s he would have been pleased with his offerings coming off the bench as Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men pulled themselves up to come away with a 2-2 draw with Grenada at the Kirani James National Stadium.
Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence has finalised his plans for an extended training camp in Colorado beginning on May 23rd ahead of this country’s 2018 World Cup qualifier against the United States on June 8th.
A 20-man Trinidad and Tobago Senior Team will depart for St George’s Grenada on Friday to face Grenada’s Senior Team at the Kirani James National Stadium in an international friendly from 7:30pm on Saturday.