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Trinidad and Tobago’s senior footballers closed their slate of matches on the historic African tour with a praiseworthy performance in Saturday’s friendly international against South Africa which finished 2-1 in favour of the homeside at the Telecom Stadium, Port Elizabeth. Playing before an estimated 25,000 crowd, the “Soca Warriors” showed positive signs sending a signal that the team is on it’s way back up.

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I listen to people talk about all the problems in Trinidad and Tobago’s football, but I am not hearing a lot of them pointing to solutions. A major stumbling block is the refusal by most to deal with issues and not personalities, so we spend a lot of time making judgments based on our likes and dislikes instead of dealing with what is right and what is wrong.

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A 90th minute goal by Joe Public striker Nigel Pierre sealed Trinidad and Tobago’s first international win under new coach Stuart Charles Fevrier as the “Soca Warriors” scoredd a 2-0 victory over Kenya’s Olympic team at the Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi on Monday.

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Three Trinidad and Tobago players have been asked to join the 18-member Dundee team in training over the next couple of days with the hope of playing for the Scottish club in the near future.

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