Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team will be looking to secure three valuable points for the first time on the road during the CONCACAF Final Round of World Cup qualification when they face off with Panama at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Panama City at 9pm on Tuesday.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Footballers are left with no other option but to go into Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against Panama at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez with a positive outlook that can force nothing but a victory.
All is set for this country’s assault on Honduras in their crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier at the Ato Boldon Stadium from 8pm on Friday.
AN IRATE Trinidad and Tobago football team coach Dennis Lawrence blasted his team’s first half display against Honduras on Friday night, describing it as poor, as the squad’s hopes for a place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia faded badly after a 2-1 defeat, in their CONCACAF Zone Final Round qualifier, at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.
“Long flight and maybe the legs were a bit tired at first but the fans don’t want to hear about that so I’ve got to put it behind me and get on with the work and prepare well for the game.”
Five thousand, two hundred spectators according to the TTFA watched the Soca Warriors come up short (2-1) to Honduras at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on Friday night in its 2018 Concacaf World Cup Qualifier.
Honduras’ National Team arrived in Port of Spain on Tuesday afternoon on a chartered flight and had a their first training session scheduled for the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Tuesday evening following their check in at the Hilton Trinidad.
T&T’s Senior Men’s team will be looking to pull off their first World Cup qualifying win at home to Honduras when the two teams square off at the Ato Boldon Stadium in what is a must win encounter for the two nations from 8 pm tonight.
Debuting in your country’s top flight at the tender age of 15 would be a daunting experience for any player. But then again, Levi Garcia was no ordinary youngster. A lightning-quick winger with pace to burn, Garcia relished the chance to hone his skills against more physically dominant opponents in Trinidad and Tobago’s Pro League, fearlessly dribbling at defenders and getting the better of them.