TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Justin Latapy-George has stated his disappointment over the fact that the national women team had to pull-out of the forthcoming Cyprus Women’s Cup, which was slated from February 26 to March 8, due to financial woes.
T&T’s all-time leading goal scorer for the Women’s National Football Team, Kennya Cordner, has an exceptional eye for goal no matter which part of the world she is playing in, and this year was no different for the star striker from Speyside, Tobago.
Back to the Future
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association today wishes to confirm that Miss Carolina Morace and Miss Nicola Williams have terminated their contracts with the TTFA.
National Women’s footballer Mariah Shade will launch a new career away from the field of sport next weekend.
T&T’s Italian head coach of women’s football Carolina Morace is abandoning the once-promising local women’s programme, reportedly over three and a half month’s unpaid wages.
National Senior Women’s Team player Mariah Shade is backing newly installed head of Women’s Programme Jamaal Shabazz to keep the Senior Team on track in their quest for qualification for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.
United States college player Callie McKinney has described a recent trip to T&T with the Charlotte Lady Eagles team as one of the best experiences of her life so far.
Shabazz opens doors to Morace outcasts
Apart from being heavily involved in the hiring process of Italian Carolina Morace, new women’s team head coach Jamaal Shabazz was also the T&T Football Association’s (TTFA) co-ordinator of programmes when former captain Maylee Attin-Johnson and star midfielder Kennya “Yaya” Cordner were suspended by Morace for breaking team rules, while Ahkeela Mollon quit soon after Morace’s tenure began.
Laura Dougall has never been to Trinidad, but the Caribbean nation has presented her with the opportunity of a lifetime.