Fenwick down to 29
After a month’s training, new guys’s nationwide team head coach, Englishman Terry Fenwick, has actually cut his locally-based training team into a 29-man ‘A Team’ and a ‘B Squad’ comprised generally of local players.
The ‘A Team’ includes few surprises, with goalkeeper Adrian Foncette, Defence Force’s Curtis Gonzales, Hasim Arcia, Jelani Peters and Akeem Garcia amongst those already with senior team experience. Included are likewise a number of promising young players such as in 2015’s Pro League top scorer Shaqkeem Joseph, John Paul Rochford, Molik Khan, Judah Garcia, Justin Sadoo, Michel Poon-Angeron, Che Benny and Justin Araujo-Wilson.
Conspicuously missing out on are players from the star-studded La Horquetta Rangers team who have not been attending Fenwick’s sessions and rather are training with their club.
” I have actually cut the team, however we have actually formed a B squad too. The men that were with us last week will participate with the B Squad. So we got that great, vibrant interaction with so lots of gamers across the board,” Fenwick said.
The Englishman has actually praised the dedication of the potential customers during the previous month.
” I have actually been delighted with the commitment of the players,” Fenwick stated. “Army men have been working all night, concerning training first thing in the morning when undoubtedly tired, however they have been putting a terrific shift in.”
Fenwick explained that the down-time brought on by the coronavirus may really have actually helped the nationwide program, given that it gave him access to gamers within the country. Fenwick stated that Trinidad and Tobago is disadvantaged due to the fact that the regional Pro League is inactive.
” We have actually got groups around our region, Honduras, Panama, they are all clearly video games at the moment, and we still have not got the Pro League off of the ground,” Fenwick lamented.
Behind the scenes, Fenwick said he is pushing through passport applications of foreign-born players with T&T origins, who have expressed a desire to play for the country and is likewise watching on local footballers who are playing in foreign leagues.
He was specifically pleased with the performance of national midfielder Kevin Molino who scored an injury time winner for his Minnesota United group in a 2-1 win over Sporting Kansas City in the American MLS on Sunday night.
” Kevin Molino comes off the bench and ratings the winning objective for his group, (that is) great things,” Fenwick stated.
Goalkeepers: Adrian Foncette, Aaron Enil, Christopher Biggette;
Protectors: Curtis Gonzales, Justin Garcia, Jesse Williams, Jameel Neptune, Isaiah Garcia, Brandon Semper, Jelani Peters, Kareem Riley;
Midfielders: Kevon Goddard, Justin Sadoo, Michel Poon-Angeron, Che Benny, Matthew Wooling, Jabari Mitchell, Hashim Arcia, John Paul Rochford, Molik Khan, Judah Garcia, Gary Griffith III, Micah Lansiquot;
Forwards: Justin Araujo-Wilson, Shaqkeem Joseph, Dwight Quintero, Nicholas Dillon, Akeem Roach, Jean-Heim Mc Cost.