Trinidad & Tobago's World Cup

Trinidad & Tobago's World Cup

T&T depart happy to have made their mark

THEY did not win a game or score a goal but Trinidad & Tobago still left their mark on the World Cup finals and proved they deserved their place in Germany.

Luckless Sancho helps deliver knockout blow

Paraguay 2 Sancho (25 og), Cuevas (86)

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Andrews returns as T&T depend on England win

TRINIDAD and Tobago captain Dwight Yorke has been texting David Beckham, and Leo Beenhakker has never been off the phone to Sven-Goran Eriksson.

Sancho angry as TV shows Crouch pulled hair to climb

AT 6ft 7in you wouldn't think Peter Crouch would need to resort to illegal tactics to outjump defenders who are comparitively diminutive in stature. But that is exactly what the England striker did while scoring the breakthrough goal in the laboured 2-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago.

Welcome to carnival country: the home of the Soca Warriors

WITH its team facing up to England in today's World Cup clash in Nuremberg, Trinidad and Tobago is the little Caribbean country on everybody's lips - especially if they don't want to support England. Perhaps you associate it with rum or steel bands, perhaps you remember it from your childhood stamp collection, but how much do you really know about the smallest nation ever to win a place in the World Cup finals?

No fear as Soca Warriors relish England test

TEN years ago today England were preparing to face a proud nation who had kicked-off at a major finals with a very respectable goalless draw against heavily favoured opponents.

Leo: England dead predictable

LEO BEENHAKKER insists England are little more than a dead-ball team.

Becks pays his respects

DAVID BECKHAM has promised fans England will not underestimate World Cup minnows Trinidad and Tobago.

John plans to give England Stern test

COVENTRY striker Stern John believes Trinidad and Tobago can surprise England on Thursday in Nuremberg.

Swedes turned into turnips


Russell's a Bairn warrior

VETERAN striker Russell Latapy is ready to overcome his ageing legs - and a smoking habit - to live his ultimate football ambition.

Andrews shattered as knee injury rules him out of Trinidad's opener

RANGERS centre-back Marvin Andrews has been ruled out of Trinidad and Tobago's opening Group B game against Sweden tomorrow after suffering a recurrence of a knee injury.

Coach shrugs off Soca fears

LEO BEENHAKKER has shrugged off criticism that Trinidad and Tobago will be worn out come their opening game against Sweden tomorrow.

Cloud hangs over Latapy's chances of starting for Trinidad & Tobago

FALKIRK midfielder Russell Latapy admits that he has a battle on his hands to make it into the starting XI for Trinidad and Tobago's opening Group B match against Sweden on Saturday.

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