Former national players Brent Sancho and Angus believe Trinidad and Tobago should remember their ex-teammate Kenwyne Jones as a true patriot and servant to this country.
T&T head coach Dennis Lawrence has praised retiring footballer Kenwyne Jones as a “phenomenal servant” to his country and to the sport. Lawrence said he enjoyed working with Jones as a player and then working with him as a coach.
For the second time in four days, Trinidad and Tobago were forced to come from behind in order to earn a share of the spoils, when they drew 1-1 with Guyana in their international friendly here Tuesday night.
Former national football captain Kenwyne Jones will hang up his boots at the end of the year. Jones was released by his Major League Soccer (MLS) club Atlanta United yesterday, and the dreadlocked striker, in an immediate response, posted on Twitter:
Murciélagos winger Shahdon Winchester will come in as a replacement for captain Kevin Molino for today’s key international friendly encounter with Guyana at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Balmain Couva from 7:30pm this evening.
It may not be the result expected by the national team coaching staff, but the thought of failing to defeat teams with a lower FIFA ranking and also following two impressive victories, may have worried Dennis Lawrence and his staff.
Midfielder Kevin Molino, who wore the captain’s armband in Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Grenada at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, will miss today’s friendly football international against Guyana, at the aforementioned venue, due to injury.
The lack of quality playmakers within the local circuit has been noted as an area of concern by national men’s football team coach Dennis Lawrence, as he looks to continue the rebuilding phase into 2018.
Trinidad and Tobago football coach Dennis Lawrence has hailed the character shown by his players on Saturday evening, as they battled from two goals down in the 87th minute to earn a 2-2 draw against Grenada, in a friendly international at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.