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It will be “war” versus Jamaica on Sunday at their own “office”  the National Stadium in Kingston as both Trinidad and Tobago and the hosts go all out for a place in the 2007 FIFA Under 17 World Championship.

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Trinidad and Tobago’s National under 17 footballers, vying for a spot in the 2007 FIFA Under 17 World Championship, will go into their final live-in training camp on home soil at the Chaconia Inn from Friday less than a week ahead of their departure for Kingston, Jamaica.
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Trinidad and Tobago's kept their dreams of qualifying for Korea 2007 with a nail biting 2-1 victory over Canada in their third CONCACAF Final round encounter at the National Stadium, Kingston on Friday evening.

 

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Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 head coach Anton Corneal spent the last few days in Jamaica inspecting the facilities there as this country gets ready to contest the final round of CONCACAF qualification for a spot in the FIFA Under 17 World Championship in Korea in August.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 17 team didn’t leave the National Stadium in Kingston with the desired result on Saturday evening but coach Anton Corneal and his boys would have taken with them some positives that could well inspire their outcome in the current qualifying quest for the Korea 2007 FIFA Under 17 World Championship.

 

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National Under 17 team head coach Anton Corneal wasn’t talking much about his team’s 3-0 shut out of National Super League club Harvard FC on Monday evening as he had the chance to see the young “Soca Warriors” on display for the final time on home turf before their departure for Jamaica on Wednesday to contest the final round of the CONCACAF qualifiers towards the 2007 FIFA Under 17 World Championship.

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