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English-based midfielder Carlos Edwards will fly home from London on Monday to show his support for the Trinidad and Tobago’s senior team in Wednesday’s enticing semi-final round 2006 World Cup fixture against Mexico at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s fixture with St Kitts/Nevis at Warner Park, from 8pm on Saturday has been billed a historic affair by the hosts because of the fact that they will be meeting the “Soca Warriors” for the first time in a World Cup qualifying match.
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Trinidad and Tobago's senior footballers checked in at the new Marriot Hotel and beach resort on Thursday afternoon and were greeted by the news here that Carib Brewery of St Kitts/Nevis had joined the St Kitts/Nevis Football Association in getting the local national team ready for their clash with the "Soca Warriors" on Saturday at the Warner Park Stadium from 8pm.
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A sixteen-man Trinidad and Tobago squad will depart for St Kitts/Nevis on Thursday morning ahead of Saturday’s semi-final round 2006 World Cup qualifier against that country.
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FIFTEEN YEARS after he led the famous Strike Squad team to the brink of the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy, Everald “Gally” Cummings is keen on doing his part to ensure that Trinidad and Tobago regains its place as a powerhouse in the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central and Caribbean Football) region. The 55-year-old Cummings, currently recovering from knee surgery, stated that “we have too much of young talent going astray.” “If we have something positive in the society we can solve some of the problems,” he continued. “If I could play a part, in any way, I will be willing to assist.”
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National football team coach Bertille St Clair is expected to take a cautious approach when he leads T&T against St Kitts/Nevis in their second semifinal round match of the CONCACAF 2006 World Cup qualifiers in St Kitts on Saturday at Warner Park, Basseterre, from 8 pm.
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The mood in the Trinidad and Tobago national football team dressing room at Easter Road, Edinburgh on Sunday afternoon was gloomy.

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