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Football / Re: CFU Women's Challenge Series Thread
« on: April 29, 2018, 03:51:45 PM »

Football / Re: 2018 CFU Women's U-20 Championship Thread
« on: January 14, 2018, 12:19:30 PM »
Please ensure the crowds come out. Even if it means allowing the high schools ( especially) girls to support. The senior women must be mandated to go and support ( professionally dressed) as well. The 12th woman on the pitch will inspire our ladies. Nothing like watching a football match that is completely full. It would be nice to see everyone in our National team colours as well. Need to show Concacaf and the world how much our Women are supported. We are talking the talk however time to walk the walk.

Cheers 19

Football / Re: Women Warriors Thread
« on: March 08, 2017, 06:48:46 AM »
Very good question... I like this progress

So it seems, build and develop women's football and sabotage men's football lol
I find this wholesome programme totally amazing, and at a loss as to how it can only be afforded now.
add: Again I ask (maybe no one here knows), do we have any understudies operating with this team of coaches ? or we keeping them for life ? or we start a new program when they gone ?

Morace has already added Joanne Daniels to the staff & to answer your question the long term plan is identify & develop more females with in the program to continue with the curriculum that is set in place by Morace & her entourage. One would hope that if Morace contract is not renewed that the infrastructure  set in place will continue. ( That remains to be seen). There are many current seniors that with the right development and counseling by Morace & her entourage will leave the program from highscool , U15 through to senior in good hands. Personally 2.5 years is a short time as don't forget Morace is heavily involved in her TD duties however if anyone can do it well it is her.She is one of only a handful of women in the world that holds a UEFA PRO License and is a FIFA Instructor for coaching Women’s Football. We are in good hands as long as DJW leaves well enough alone.

Cheers 19

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA Game (6-Sept-2016)
« on: September 06, 2016, 06:57:22 PM »
rasta u have to removed the ad, also what browser your using?
could be your flash plugin is not uptoday
had the same problem last game but eventually found a link that worked.......using an iPad

Come guys
Us iPad users need a link

Not a betting site link either

Please and thanks asap

Keeps cutting out
Anything on YouTube ??
use that site .i use to use it when i had a safari browser !! it showing on bein sports!

Keeps cutting out
Anything on YouTube ???

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA Game (6-Sept-2016)
« on: September 06, 2016, 06:29:25 PM »
rasta u have to removed the ad, also what browser your using?
could be your flash plugin is not uptoday
had the same problem last game but eventually found a link that worked.......using an iPad

Come guys
Us iPad users need a link

Not a betting site link either

Please and thanks asap

Football / Re: US ends T&T Women Olympic dreams.
« on: April 07, 2016, 06:20:53 AM »
Just saw part of the US women against Colombia. 7-0 Colombia. Yeah right!!!!! Colombia looked like they have not play a game since last year's WWC in Canada. The US run roughshod over them. The US players were doing everything. The Colombianas had no answer. Crystal Dunn for the US is quite a player.

Dunn is a machine however is inconsistent on the pitch as she is not getting the play time. Coach Ellis needs to figure what role Dunn will encompass for the long term. As long as she remains healthy and gets big minutes in big matches she will be a giant killer.

The game was a joke , USA would've been better served to play an inter squad friendly. However since the USWNT has a strong CBA (Collective bargaining agreement) , the more friendlies they play the more cash they get. If you are following it the USWNT are embroiled in new CBA talks with US Soccer. US soccer has had to sue the team to prevent a possible strike. This battle will be a very interesting one especially with the Olympic's on the horizon. Many side bar stories to these talks including 5 of the USWNT top players have accused US soccer of wage discrimination. If you have not read any of the articles check it out.



Football / Re: Randy Waldrum Thread
« on: March 23, 2016, 11:19:30 AM »
See Randy Waldrum's recent interview with Women's Soccer United.
He was very complimentary about his time with the Warrior Women.
Class act !!!!!!!!!!!!


« on: March 11, 2016, 07:12:15 AM »
Congratulations to Kenwyne Jones and Arin King in their nominations for Sportsman & Sportswoman of the year. King recently named the TTFA's female player of the year (2nd year in a row). She was also nominated the previous year for the Sportswoman of the year. The awards will take place this Sunday evening at Queens Hall in St. Ann's.,225007.html

Congratulations to both footballers in their nomination's


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 19, 2016, 09:07:20 PM »
Liana Hinds school did not release her

Hinds is at this tournament
You mean Bryanna Rice ?


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 16, 2016, 05:59:08 PM »
4-1 at the half. Poor defensive work allowed Guyana to pull one back.

Really the ball was passed to Forbes and passes it up the field
How is that poor defensive work


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 14, 2016, 03:03:01 PM »
Game rosters are up on TTFA Facebook page

Mollon not starting


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 14, 2016, 09:20:33 AM »
Game day people. The game is being live-streamed on CBC at 4pm EST.

Arin King talks about the match on Wired868.

Link directly to the live stream.

Go Soca Women Warriors Goooooooo :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel:


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 11, 2016, 06:11:29 PM »
It's on NBC sports live

If you download a VPN Hola
Through Google Chrome
Not an app
You will stream it
Change your flag to USA

Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 11, 2016, 05:58:06 AM »

Nice to see some of the more senior members of the team being interviewed. Well despite only having everyone in for a short time as the USA girls on arrived last Friday the team has had some good sessions and are very optimistic on a good group showing.

The link above in Flex's post you will see King with a bouquet of roses. It was her birthday on Monday. Happy 25th Kingerrrrrrr !!!!!

Tried watching the games last evening on my Android box as I found NBC Sports extra on it however no active streams. :cursing:
Which was disappointing to say the least. If you live in the United States the NBC Sports Live Extra stream is available however outside the United States it is Geo blocked. To compound matters was having issues with my laptop as a friend advised to download a VPN Hola extension from  Google Chrome . Then change the VPN icon to the USA then refresh your screen.

Did anyone outside of the United States watch the  last evenings streams via NBC Sports (changing your VPN to the USA) to stream or did you find a working pirate link? Please advise us all.

All of Canada's games will be streamed on so we will see our match on Sunday however another friend told me group B's matches are not being streamed hence my concern about using the VPN Hola extension. Despite reading an article all group matches are being streamed. Guess we will find out tonight.

Good luck Soca Women Warrior's tonight. We all will be cheering  :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel:


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 08, 2016, 06:31:48 AM »
The Soca Women Warriors beat Challenge SC yesterday afternoon 2-nil.  The Warrior's opened the scoring in the first half and added another in the 2nd to win 2-nil. No game details to report.

The Guyana lady Jags who arrived Saturday morning played the Albion Hurricanes FC yesterday afternoon to a one all draw. No game details other than AHFC opened the scoring.

Both the Challenge SC and the Albion Hurricanes FC play in the ECNL (Elite Clubs National League Texas Conference).
in 4th place in the ten team conference Challenge SC has a record of 6 W - 4 L - 2 D
Albion Hurricanes FC is in 9th place with a record of 1 W - 4 L - 5 D

Both National teams will have to step up their respective levels of intensity if they expect a positive result versus team Canada. The best chance for the Olympic Qualification for any team in group " B " is to shock Canada whether it be a tie and or a win. Of course win the other 2 group games. The team that finishes 2nd in Group " B " will undoubtedly face the USA in the semi final.

Yes the ball is round and anything can happen any given day however lets be realistic. Win Group " B " and have a chance versus Mexico or Costa Rica in the semi final. End up in second place and you play the States to take door # 3 door prize. :(

No preparation information that I can find anywhere on the Guatemalan Women squad.

Canada has been in Houston since last Monday (no friendly details have been released) if they have played any at all (usually their games are closed door hush hush  :bs:)

Has anyone seen our official 20 player roster yet ?

The countdown has begun ladies as we open on the 11th versus Guatemala.
Good luck Ladies


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 05, 2016, 08:09:52 AM »
I just found the document that indicates the the number of roster players for the upciming tournament. I missed it the first time I looked. Time for new

Its in the FIFA Regulations for the Olympic tournament (see page 33 on preliminary competitions' player lists).
22 Player lists – preliminary competitions
20 players (eleven selected players and nine substitutes) shall be eligible to
take part in the matches. Three of these 20 players must be goalkeepers, with
the number one shirt being reserved for one of them. All goalkeepers and the
captain must be identified as such.

Now I did not find when the drop dead date for roster submission in writing is. At least I cannot find it anywhere however a contact of mine just indicated that the deadline was Feb 3rd.
This means a field player would have to be released furthermore it would probably be one of the players already in Houston since last Sunday as it would make no sense to release one of the five flying in today.
I guess the thinking was to take an extra player in case of an injury.


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 05, 2016, 06:31:39 AM »
Costa Rica announces their roster of 20 players.

We have 15 in camp with 5 more players arriving today and Mariah Shade (in France) arrives Monday
Every other countries roster is 20 so seeing that we have 3 keepers in camp (Forbes , Baron , Alexander), I am going to assume either Baron or Alexander will be watching from the stands.
I can't seem to find online anywhere the published deadline for when the final roster of 20 must be submitted.

Taken from Wired 868 article yesterday:
At present, there are 15 Warriors in the team camp while another five players—Shallette Alexander, Karyn Forbes, Khadidra Debesette, Victoria Swift and Kayla Taylor—are scheduled to arrive in Houston tomorrow.

The Trinidad and Tobago squad will play a practice match against an ECNL (Elite Clubs National League) youth team on Sunday, which is the only confirmed warm-up fixture for the Women Warriors before the CONCACAF leg of the Olympic qualifiers gets underway.

France-based striker, Mariah Shade, will miss the warm-up match, as she arrives to complete the 21-member squad on Monday.

Would have like to have seen everyone in camp at latest by Tuesday Feb 2nd as of the 5 players arriving today at least 2 will be in the starting line up on game day versus Guatemala as it would have given coach Hood more time to have his starting 11 gel even more however at least they get 5 days with each other as this is better than nothing. I guess the schools would not allow the players out until today. (Disappointing however not much one can do). Anyways Women Warriors keep working hard.


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 04, 2016, 05:55:15 AM »
I was wrong about every other country having posted their 20 players yesterday. :(
Mexico announces Olympic qualifying roster. Long time National team regular Charlyn Corral and leading scorer in the Spanish League, is left off the roster after calling for a new coach after the WWC. Lot of new faces however Maribel Domínguez Delantera 18/11/1978 is still going strong.

1 Cecilia Santiago Portera 19/10/1994

2 Esthefanny Barreras Portera 02/11/1996

3 Bianca Henninger Portera 22/10/1990

4 Arianna Romero Defensa 29/07/1992

5 Janelly Farias Defensa 12/02/1990

6 Alina Garciamendez Defensa 16/04/1991

7 Valeria Miranda Defensa 18/08/1992

8 Greta Espinoza Defensa 05/06/1995

9 Annia Mejía Defensa 12/03/1996

10 Mónica Flores Defensa 31/01/1996

11 Nayeli Rangel Media 28/02/1992

12 Teresa Noyola Media 15/04/1990

13 Verónica Pérez Media 18/05/1988

14 Karla Nieto Media 09/01/1995

15 Mónica Ocampo Delantera 04/01/1997

16 Alicia Johnson Delantera 14/09/1994

17 Paloma Zermeño Delantera 18/06/1995

18 Tanya Samarzich Delantera 28/12/1994

19 Maribel Domínguez Delantera 18/11/1978

20 Desiree Monsivais Delantera 19/01/1988

One tweet translated

Tweeted 7:42 PM - 3 Feb 2016

Todo cambia menos las cosas en @miseleccionmx femenil. Mas transparencia y menos mentiras. (3/3)

Everything changes unless things feminine miseleccionmx . Greater transparency and fewer lies. (3/3)

It would appear that our women's team is not the only WNT that is having issues.


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 03, 2016, 07:57:21 AM »
Last time I checked our roster was at 21 players in camp however the roster number for the tournament is 20. I believe every other country in the tournament has announced their 20 players on or before Feb 1st.
I thought I read in an article (dammed if I can find it , nor is it published in the rules , if it is I don't see it that the deadline for announcing the 20 players for the tournament was February 1st. Can somebody please confirm the roster deadline date .Has anyone seen our official roster as unfortunately one player will be released. Which leads to the bigger question why bring 21 as did Coach Hood not have enough time to make that decision in Trinidad.


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: February 02, 2016, 05:33:25 AM »
Puerto Rico will be in camp in North Carolina and has scheduled friendlies with several college teams and the Charlotte Lady Eagles:

Pre-CWOQ North Carolina Training Camp Schedule

Sunday -- January 31, 2016
Arrive in Charlotte, North Carolina

Monday -- February 1, 2016
Friendly v St. Andrews University (Laurinburg, North Carolina)

Tuesday -- February 2, 2016

Wednesday -- February 3, 2016
Friendly v University of North Carolina – Wilmington (Wilmington, North Carolina)

Thursday -- February 4, 2016

Friday -- February 5, 2016
Friendly v Winthrop University (Rock Hill, South Carolina)

Saturday -- February 6, 2016

Sunday -- February 7, 2016
Friendly v Charlotte Lady Eagles (Charlotte, North Carolina)

Puerto Rico's roster (
1 Karly Gustafson Winthrop University
2 Kelley Johnson Agente Libre
3 Victoria Barris Quickstrike FC
4 Viviana Fiol Agente Libre
5 Noelia Reyes Bayamón FC
6 Marie Ashley Johnson Agente Libre
7 Delyaliz Rosario Romano SA
8 Selimar Pagán Bayamón FC
9 Karina Socarrás Bayamón FC
10 Laura Suárez Romano SA
11 Annie Lee Méndez Bayamón FC
12 Alejandra Carrión Gurabo FC
13 Sandra Rolón Romano SA
14 Ahsley Rivera Romano SA
15 Ángela Díaz Caribbean Stars
16 Marianée Zaragoza Águilas de Añasco
17 Adriana Font Challengers FC
18 Nicole Rodríguez Durham, Inglaterra
19 Stephanie Colón Agente Libre
20 María del Carmen Guerrero Puerto Rico High Performance

Any further news on our friendly situation  ::) ::) ::) ::) ::)


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: January 31, 2016, 10:40:57 AM »

The team has departed Piarco this morning at 09:15 on a direct flight to Houston.
More than a few postives  to start this trip.
Arriving to destination 10 days early to prepare.
Flying direct to avoid a long travel day. They could in theory have a light training session tonight.
Having a chef with the team is huge   Proper nutrition is a big part of preperations.
Having one exhibition friendly confirmed is a step in the right direction
Give Williams kudos to finding the dollars to start this trip early.
Good luck Soca Women Warriors   We all will be cheering you every step of the way  :wavetowel: :wavetowel::wavetowel: :wavetowel: :


Football / Re: Clown Williams cancel the Costa Rica tour for the ladies.
« on: January 26, 2016, 06:11:39 PM »

Its disappointing to say the least that our women are on the short end of the stick yet again !!!!!
We all remember just a few short months ago when DJW was elected and the first headline the very next day was that the Soca Warrior Women would be taken care of as they were his first priority. Well my friends actions speak louder than words. Not only was the trip cancelled however camp has ended early due to " no monies " . The TTFA is looking to bring the team back into another camp ASAP. However in the mean time    :banginghead:

No disrespect to DJW and his new executive committee as we all know he (they) inherited a hornets nest from the previous administration however this is an embarrassment to Trinidad and Tobago an  embarrassment to our Women's Senior National team players who toil so hard on a daily basis.

We all are aware that DJW is an experienced businessman who has many contacts with-in the business community. Its time for him to solicit his business acumen to  get the Senior Women's program the resources it desperately requires. We would not see the men have their camps cut short and our no camp at all before heading into a major qualifier. Why is this continually occurring to our Women Warriors ?

A quote from the tour cancelled article “They are accustomed to this by now,” said the source.
The Women should not have to be accustomed to this treatment. They all represent this great nation with pride and yet are continually disrespected. We all forget most recently in Dec 2014 that the Women filled Hasley Crawford bringing the nation into a frenzy. When it was all said and done it was reported that a profit of 1.2 million was made from the match. (Correct me if I am wrong about that figure). So its just over one year later and not even 30 % of that money has filtered its way back through the Women's program. (again if I am wrong about the % please correct me).

D.J.W and your executive committee we implore you to get the proper funding for the team and take care of them in the " bigger picture " as we all fear that this might signal the end of such a promising future for many young women footballers who aspire to represent Trinidad & Tobago.


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: January 26, 2016, 10:51:27 AM »
Canada names its roster for Concacaf

I know this team quite well living North of the Mason-Dixon Line :duel:
The Canadians are quite a bit younger with this roster then they ever have been.
It will be very interesting how the youth integrates with the veterans.
Never-the-less John Herdman will have them ready for battle come early February.

Am sure you all saw the USA hammer Ireland this past weekend 5-0.
It was 4-nil at the end of the first half. The game could've been easily 8-9 + nil if not for some sloppy finishing from the USA forwards.
Makes one wonder how well we could really do with extend camps & friendlies / Resources $$$$ ETC ETC.
Our Costa Rican trip being cancelled at the 12th hour doesn't help matters either.

Mexico looks like they have regained some form playing oer in China this past week as they went undefeated.
Fixtures for the Four Nations Tournament 2016 – Shenzhen, China

21 January 2016

20:30 – Korea Republic 5 – 0 Vietnam, Lee Mina 13′, Lee Hyunyoung 45′, Yoo Younga 45′, Kim Sooyun 52′, Lee Sodam 87′
17:00 – Mexico 0 – 0 China PR

23 January 2016

17:00 – Mexico 2 – 0 Korea Republic, Veronica Perez 5′, Desiree Monsivais16′
20:30 – China PR 8 – 0 Vietnam

26 January 2016

17:00 – Korea Republic 0 – 2 China PR, Ma Xiaoxu 11′, Wang Shanshan 77′
20:30 – Mexico 1 – 0 Vietnam
- See more at:

Hope the TTFA can find a few sheckles to continue with another camp ASAP as all the hard work as of late may be all for not.


Football / Re: Clown Williams cancel the Costa Rica tour for the ladies.
« on: January 26, 2016, 09:31:41 AM »

Enclosed article translated via Google translate:

Some difficulties with visas, coupled with economic problems forced the women's team of Trinidad and Tobago to desist from traveling to Costa Rica to play two friendly matches that were scheduled to play with the Costa Rican team.

This was confirmed by the administrative director of national selections Diego Brenes, who said the news caught them by surprise because they already had everything planned for the dispute of the two meetings.

"First the Saturday Trinidad had informed us that they would arrive in country until Tuesday, because not all the equipment was US visa but today, around noon, just sent us a note that due to budgetary problems at all would not travel to Costa Rica for friendly matches on Wednesday and Friday, "said Brenes.

The team that commands the technical director Amelia play Valverde Wednesday 27 and Friday 29 January, two scrimmages against its similar of Trinidad and Tobago, meetings that were scheduled to be played on natural FEDEFUTBOL courts of Sports Complex - Plycem, from 3 p.m

"Right now we are moving to see if last time we realize that some selection trip to Costa Rica to keep planning already had the national team, but we are still awaiting a number of proposals that we send," said Diego Brenes.

The Administrative Manager of National Teams said that the urgency of the case being initiated negotiations with Central American federations area.

"We do not want the team to lose the opportunity to be measured against a team, so we keep moving to find equipment for scrimmages this week," said Brenes.

In the women's Olympic Qualifying CONCACAF Costa Rica it is located in Group A, along with selections from the US, Puerto Rico and Mexico, while Group B consists of Canada, Guyana, Guatemala and Trinidad and Tobago.

The national team has planned to American soil from Monday February 8 for two days (the 10th of the same month) debut against the United States.

Not sure what the Visa issues are as indicated in the enclosed press release above as no Visa is required to enter Costa Rica with a valid Trinidadian passport.

Visa-free travel for citizens of Trinidad and Tobago

If you have a passport from Trinidad and Tobago, you can visit these countries without getting a visa before your trip:

Visa-free entry (or visa-on-arrival) valid for 90 days

Costa Rica
South Africa
South Korea

Bottom line is that it would appear to be lack of financial resources on our end    :bs: :banginghead:


Football / Re: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship
« on: January 21, 2016, 06:52:44 AM »
Although the Women Warrior's have been training daily since the appointment of Coach Hood the whole squad now are officially sequestered into a camp today for preparation of upcoming friendlies in Costa Rica. The women will be in Costa Rica from Jan 25th -31st where then they will depart directly to Houston.

In other Concacaf news Mexico currently ranked 26th in the World are over in the Four Nations Tournament in Shenzhen China They are facing South Korea (18th), China (17th) & Vietnam (29th)

The tournament opened today

Full time result China 0 – 0 Mexico

Mexico is without one of their top forwards Renae Cuéllar who is recovering from a meniscus  tear suffered in their recent Tournament of Natal in Brazil. Ms Cuéllar will be facing a 4-6 week recovery and may or may not be ready for Concacaf next month.  This nil nil result today is very good considering the teams recent performance in Brazil last month.

Presently as I write South Korea 2 – 0 Vietnam, 13′ 45′

Good luck to our Women Warrior's in their preparation for the upcoming Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers in Houston Texas next month.


Football / Re: Mariah Shade joins Club U.S. Rouvroy in France
« on: January 18, 2016, 11:58:08 AM »
Maraiah played here 1st game yesterday morning. Although her squad lost 3-1 Mariah scored her teams lone goal. Congratulations Mariah to a great start with your new team in France. We wish you the most success in your football career.


Football / Re: Ah hear DJW hire Mohammed Issa & Jamaal Shabazz.
« on: January 13, 2016, 04:28:04 PM »
I will like to hear DJW reasoning behind this.

Soccer 19, how do the players feel about this move?

DJW has wanted a local coach since he and Waldrum first spoke the day after he was elected.

As for the girls they are devastated however like every coach that has come and gone in the past they will survive as they are Warriors


Football / Re: Ah hear DJW hire Mohammed Issa & Jamaal Shabazz.
« on: January 12, 2016, 03:12:13 PM »

To Coach Randy and Ben ; from the bottom of your tens of thousands fans on Soca Warriors as well Women Warrior fans in general. We thank  you both for your time , commitment , and unwavering love to the Women Warriors Senior team. You both will be greatly missed!! You and your staff have given the  Women and this country renewed faith in Women's football in Trinidad and Tobago. We all cannot thank you all enough for everything you all have done over the past couple of years. We wish you and Ben the best with you football endeavours and we hope that one day in the future your paths will cross ours again.

Respectfully yours in soccer ,


Football / Re: T&T Women Soca Warriors Thread
« on: January 11, 2016, 09:28:05 AM »
Concacaf begins February 10th

USA , Canada , Mexico , Costa Rica , Concacaf's big 4 are already in camp.
Am going to assume that Guatemala & Peurto Rico are also in camp as their websites are not updated.
Guyana just had a camp in Toronto , Ontario, Canada the week before last as the majority of their roster is Ontario based. Due to budgetary concerns unless a major sponsor is found for the team their will be no second camp however they are looking to bring the team to Houston early to work on last minute prep.

The USA is so far ahead of everyone, just look at there fitness facility and what they do. They track every players fitness to ensure they are continually improving.

The USA is also schedule to play Ireland on Jan 23rd after camp ends on 21st.

I was reading that Costa Rica played the University of Wisconsin in early January and beat them 10-nil. Cosa Rica had indicated on their web site that they plan a friendly every week leading up Concacaf. However no specific details advised on whom the friendlies will be against.
You know that Mexico is going to be tweaking their squad especially since they did not get the results they expected in Natal (Brazil) last month.
Canada is bringing in a mix of youth with their experienced players (Sinclair , Tancredi , Matheson - to name 3). They have 23 in camp (notables missing Leon & Filigno)

That leaves the Women Warrior's. Training camp is opening on Jan 15th. Rumor is there is a 2 game friendly scheduled at the end of the month in Costa Rica versus the Tico Women. No word as to whether Randy Waldrum has been retained as our coach to lead the ladies through Februaries Concacaf. May of the ladies are doing their own thing (fitness and or training with men) until camp opens. Never the less Group  " B " 2nd spot is wide open and with a little luck from the Soccer god's Canada could be surprised if they take the 3 underdog's for granted. Good luck Women Warrior's.


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