Trinidad & Tobago’s Coach Angus Eve Unveils 23-Man Squad for Crucial Concacaf Nations League Play-in vs. Canada

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team in many years has had few and fleeting moments to get excited about but while it may not match the buzz and hysteria of the World Cup 2006 fever that now seems but a distant memory, the true supporters in recent times would definitely be holding on to cautious optimism when everyone found out that Trinidad & Tobago have a chance to pay in this year’s edition of the prestigious Copa America to be held in the United States. The only thing standing in the way of the “Soca Warriors” is the Canadian national team. Head coach Angus Eve announced his 23-man squad to face Canada in next weekend’s Copa America Play-Off, on Thursday at the Hasley Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain.

The squad list is as follows:

Goalkeepers: 1.Christopher Biggette (Defence Force), 21.Adrian Foncette (Police FC), 23.Denzil Smith (Club Sando FC),

Defenders: 2.Aubrey David (CS Cartagines—Costa Rica), 3.Ross Russell Jr (La Horquetta Rangers), 4.Jesse Williams (Chattanooga FC—USA), 5.Robert Primus(Police FC), 16.Alvin Jones (both Police FC), 6.Andre Raymond (GD Vilar De Perdizes—Portugal), 14.Shannon Gomez (San Antonio FC—USA), 17.Justin Garcia (Defence Force);

Midfielders: 7.Noah Powder (Northern Colorado Hailstorm—USA), 8.Daniel Phillips (St Johnstone FC—Scotland), 12.Kevon Goddard (Defence Force), 15.Neveal Hackshaw (Oakland Roots—USA), 18.Andre Rampersad (HFX Wanderers—Canada);

Attackers: 9.Nathaniel James (Mount Pleasant Jamaica), 20.Kaïlé Auvray (Mount Pleasant—Jamaica), 10.Real Gill (Northern Colorado Hailstorm—USA), 11.Levi Garcia (AEK Athens), 23.Judah Garcia (AEK Athens—Greece), 13.Reon Moore (Pacific FC—Canada), 19.Ajani Fortune (Atlanta United—USA)

EXTV’S quick reaction to Angus Eve’s squad to face Canada in the Concacaf Nations League Play on Bizz TV

A few notable absentees are obvious such as Ryan Telfer who is injured, Duane Muckette, Michel-Poon Angeron and John-Paul Rochford. Some fans were optimistically expecting to see Michael Chaves as well.

Trinidad and Tobago and Canada face each other at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas from 4pm on Saturday 23 March. The winner qualifies for Group A in the Copa America and will kick off the tournament against the reigning champions of South America and World Cup champions, Argentina.

The full match preview will be coming soon on EXTV and on BIZZ TV.

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