After losing their opening matches to Turkey and Chile respectively, Iran and Trinidad and Tobago enter their second and last outing in the group stage knowing that nothing fewer than three points can salvage their hopes of a place in the semi-finals. The west Asians will face an enigmatic Papua New Guinea side, while the Caribbean islanders lock horns with a highly-motivated Equatorial Guinea.
In a match between two of the tournament’s best-organised sides, a tentative start was always on the cards.
The Trinidad and Tobago Under-15 women football team is currently in training for the inaugural Summer Youth Olympics, which is scheduled to take place in Singapore from August 14 to 26. Coach of the team is Marlon Charles.
Trinidad and Tobago’s women’s Under-15 football team is continuing their preparations for the first Youth Olympic Games next month.
After months of screening sessions in various zones, almost 100 U-15 girls came out to the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya yesterday, to participate in a Zonal Tournament, organised by the T&T Football Federation and the Local Organising Committee. Teams from South, East, Central and Tobago were represented at the tournament and competed against each throughout the day, in order to give national coaches, including Marlon Charles and Stephan De Four a fair chance at effectively selecting a national U-15 team.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under-15 girls team will face Chile and Equatorial Guinea in the Junior Olympic Games in Singapore from August 12 to 15.
Thirty Under-15 girl footballers will be chosen tomorrow and Thursday after screening sessions, by the T&T Football Federation (TTFF). The sessions will be an opportunity for the TTFF to look at the U-15 girls in competition as it seeks to cream off the top thirty players for further development and training in preparation for the 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore.
Simply Futbol: How old were you when you started playing football?
Darya: I was around 12/13 when I started playing football.