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T&T midfielder Kevin
Molino says he s under
no pressure wearing the
number 10 shirt and playing the
role that Russell Latapy perfected
during his international career for
The 24-year-old Orlando City
standout has scored eight goals in
26 matches for T&T, four of those
goals coming in the recent
Caribbean Cup semi-finals.
When quizzed about the com-
parison with Latapy, Molino said
he looked up the "Little Magician".
"He's definitely an inspiration to
me as a player. I came into the
national senior team under him
and I've followed his style of play.
I don't think it's time to compare
me with him but I feel good about
being able to wear the number 10
shirt and perform for my country,"
"Every player wants to be out-
standing and to score goals. I'm
happy I was able to contribute to
the team in this round but the big-
ger focus is the Finals next month
and the Gold Cup next year. I think
the team is showing good signs and
we're trying to get it right for the
World Cup qualifiers."
Molino was named the USL
"Most Valuable Player" and took
the highest goalscorer award. He
won similar accolades for Orlando
City last season. He will now look
ahead to playing for the club in the
upcoming MLS season alongside
UEFA 'B' licence
Former T&T striker Jason Scot-
land now holds a UEFA "B" coach-
ing licence after completing the
course earlier this month.
The 35-year-old Scotland is still
playing with Hamilton Academical
in Scotland, has vast experience,
being a member of the T&T World
Cup squad in 2006 and playing in
the English Premiership with Wigan
He also had spells at He has also
had spells with St Johnstone,
Dundee United, Swansea City,
Barnsley, Ipswich Town and
Defence Force in Trinidad.
"I'm delighted to have completed
the course and preparing myself
for the next chapter of my career
in the game.
"At the moment I'm still playing
and enjoying the game but this is
a good achievement and I'm quite
pleased about it. It allows me to
maybe stay involved in the game
and follow on in the footsteps of
other past players like Dennis
Lawrence and others," Scotland
T&T defender Sheldon Bateau is
enjoying every bit of his time with KV
Mechelen in the Belgium Premier Divi-
The former national Under-20 captain
was among the list of overseas-based
players who appeared for T&T in the
just concluded Caribbean Cup Finals.
He performed creditably in defence for
Stephen Hart's team, appearing in the
three matches at the Ato Boldon Sta-
"I felt good about my performances
and the performance of the entire team
during this tournament. It showed that
something good is happening and we
need to continue building on this,"
"At the moment I'm enjoying my
career in Belgium. The club KV Meche-
len is doing well and I'm happy to be
a part of them. I've scored two goals
this season and generally I'm very com-
fortable and enjoying my role over there."
Bateau said he would welcome the
addition of more T&T players to Belgium
following reports that U-20 players Levi
Garcia and others were set to join the
"I'd encourage the players to come
over. I saw them at the airport heading
over there when I arrived and I hope
they can settle in well and continue to
develop their game over there. It's a
good place to come over to as a young
Waldrum: I didn't mean
to embarrass anyone
National women's head coach Randy
Waldrum has told the US Guardian
newspaper that he didn't mean to
embarrass this country when he rushed
to twitter to beg for assistance for the
national team in Dallas last week.
Waldrum admitted that he panicked
but later understood that the team would
be taken care of following further input
by the Sportt Company, Petrotrin and
"It caused such an uproar, the fed-
eration got embarrassed by it, the gov-
ernment got embarrassed by it," he said.
"That wasn't my intention, to tweet it
out and embarrass people and make
them look bad. The fact is there was
no money and I had just a couple of
hours to figure out how I was going to
get them fed.
"The response was overwhelming
however in hindsight, the language used
to appeal for assistance could have been
better and was not meant to cause any
embarrassment to the TTFA nor the
T&T public at large. If it did by any
chance, I apologize in advance for any
He further told US Press that he was
pleased with the response coming from
"I am appreciative of the federation
and the government for funding it. The
bottom line is, the fact is, they left the
country with nothing and by the time
everything has arrived, we're leaving for
Kansas City," said Waldrum.
Cato pleased with
United States-based professional
Cordell Cato intends to keep his place
in the national senior team after appear-
ing in the Caribbean Cup semi-finals
stage last week.
Cato got his first start for T&T in the
2-0 win over St Lucia and the 22-year-
old relishes the opportunity given to
him by Stephen Hart as he appeared in
all three matches.
"It's definitely a good feeling. The
role I play outside is to create chances
and to take chances myself and I feel
comfortable playing there right now an
the coach has confidence in me and I
have confidence myself," Cato said.
"I have been working hard in America
and the chance came here for me and
I'm going to continue giving it my best."
T&T head coach Stephen Hart said
he was still feeling out the player but
expects him to continue developing.
"We're still feeling out each other and
he's getting a better understanding of
his role for the national team. He's done
well so far," Hart said.
Fellow teammate Lester Peltier has
also played his part in T&T's success,
creating opportunities for his teammates,
including Kevin Molino in his first half
hat-trick against Dominican Republic.
But Peltier has scoring on his mind.
"Of course I want to score as much
as I can for my country and club also.
But you can see, I give a lot out there
for my teammates. The important thing
is that we can get chances and the team
benefits at all times," said Peltier, who
appeared in an Europa League encounter
against Napoli for Slovan Bratislava
before joining the national team last
Shaun Fuentes is the director of
communications for the TTFA.
Molino embraces the Number 10
THE PRO LOOK
Soca Warriors' midfielder Ataulla Guerra (#11) is flanked by team-mates from left, Yohance Marshall, Alvin Jones,
Kevan George, captain Kenwyne Jones and Cordell Cato after scoring his team's opening goal in their 2-0 win over
St Lucia during the 18th Caribbean Football Union Cup semifinal round Group Seven match at the Ato Boldon
Stadium, Couva on Friday. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
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