Belgian based Nicholas Dillon has been named on the 24-man squad selected by Head Coach Dennis Lawrence for the April 17 friendly international versus Panama at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Dillon joined the national team in training on Wednesday and was a welcome edition.
FANS will have to pay $40, in both the covered and uncovered sections, to watch Trinidad and Tobago men’s football team friendly international match against Panama on Tuesday, at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.
It’s one of those moments that you remember; well, I do anyway. Not quite a ‘where were you when JFK…’ sort of thing, and certainly much less of an event on the world stage, but something that stuck in my mind. It’s a memory of a Haitian official, perhaps a trainer, a coach or similar; he may even have been a substitute I suppose. I’m not sure of his precise role and it matters little, but he had a bright red Haitian tracksuit on. And there he was staring into the camera in Wild-eyed disbelief, doing what I can only describe as overexcited star jumps, surrounded by similarly attired celebrating colleagues, with a look of joy that his face simply seemed incapable of containing.
The Senior Men’s National team upped its preparation for the April 17 international friendly versus Panama with some welcomed ‘match practice’ on Saturday at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar. Dennis Lawrence and his men took on Prisons FC with Head Coach Anderson Veronique at the helm of the TT Super League outfit.
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago men’s football team were unable to make it two wins in as many matches as they were held to a goalless draw by hosts Martinique last evening, in their friendly international, at the Stade P Aliker De Dillon, Fort-de-France.
Following his match winning performance for ‘Ross Russell and friends’ versus the much vaunted i95.95 on Easter Sunday, Head Coach Dennis Lawrence got back to business on Tuesday as preparation for the April 17 friendly international versus Panama continued at the Larry Gomes stadium in Arima.
A 29th minute goal from German 2nd Bundesliga Club Darmstadt 98 new signee Joevin Jones was enough to seal a 1-0 victory for T&T over Guadeloupe at the Pierre Antonius Stadium in Guadeloupe, yesterday.
FORMER NATIONAL football team central defender Marvin “Dog” Andrews was back in Trinidad a few weeks ago on personal business.
Midfielder Khaleem Hyland of Al Faisaly in Saudi Arabia, Levi Garcia, the Excelsior Rotterdam midfielder and speedy over-lapping wing-back Joevin Jones will headline T&T's football team ahead of two international friendly matches against Guadeloupe and Martinique later this week.