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This country s Under-20 men s national football
team has settled in with its full compliment of 20
players at the training camp at Miami Lakes, USA
as it fine tunes for Friday s Concacaf Under-20
Championship opener against host Jamaica in
The last batch of ten players arrived from Port-of-
Spain on Friday, allowing coach Derek King to move
full speed ahead with his training sessions with skipper
Shannon Gomez and his teammates ahead of the 12-
team tournament which serves as a qualifier for this
year s Fifa Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand.
T&T engaged in their first bit of match practice
with a 70-minute scrimmage against a USA Soccer
Academy outfit behind closed doors which ended 2-
0 in favour of the home-team at the Sunrise Holiday
all the players and I am pleased with the level of play
at this crucial stage heading into the tournament,"
King indicated that the opponents were fast and
technically correct and this gave him and his staff a
perfect opportunity to analyse their charges as they
are in the process of finalizing the squad for the opening
encounter of the championship.
"I am particularly impressed with the level of organ-
isation we showed in attack with Woo Ling (Matthew),
Hacksaw (Naveal) and Mitchell (Jabari) handling their
roles well. Archer (Leland) also marshaled the defence
well and Goalkeeper Johan Welch displayed impressive
distribution of the football, so all in all we are rounding
into form," King added.
Taking a guest spot on the staff bench for the scrim-
mage was former national team defender Richard Chi-
napoo who was also pleased with the level of organ-
isation shown in attack as well as the chemistry
surrounding the entire unit.
Chinapoo who had a stellar career in the United
States which included a stint with the famed New
York Cosmos recently relocated to Miami from Penn-
sylvania and accepted an invitation from Goalkeeper
T&T U-20s fine
tune in Miami
Coach Michael Maurice to view the match. "There are
things to be tweaked but if I was the coach I would
be pleased. All we need is a few more games to fine
tune things for next week," Chinapoo added.
Those games are already in the works according to
manager Captain Douglas Archer, with the first being
at 7 pm tonight (Monday) versus the Weston United
Alumni at Vizcaya Park in Marimar.
In addition to host Jamaica, T&T, the reigning
Caribbean Football Union Under-20 champions after
blanking Haiti 3-0 on a Kadeen Corbin hat-trick at
the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in early September, will
also meet Aruba (January 11), Guatemala (January 14)
and Panama (January 18) before ending round-robin
play against USA three days later.
The National Stadium in Kingston and the Montego
Bay Sports Complex will each play host to Group A
matches, while the latter venue hosts all the action in
Group B, and the final phase on January 24.
Group B comprises Mexico, the two-
time defending Concacaf Under-20
champions; Cuba, Canada, El Salvador,
Honduras and Haiti.
At the end of the group play, the top
team from each group advances to the
World Cup, and the second and third
place nations from each group advance
to the final day knockout phase, with
the chance to dispute one of a pair of
play-in matches which will determine
Concacaf s other two World Cup spots
at the Fifa Under-20 World Cup New
The young Soca Warriors are also
carded to meet Canada U-20s during
the Miami camp ahead of their departure
for Kingston on January 7.
T&T Under-20 footballers, the reigning Caribbean Football Union Under-20
champions, go through a training drill at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo
last month in preparation for the 12-team Concacaf Under-20 Championship
carded for Jamaica from January 9--24. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS.
Goalkeepers: 1. Johan Welch (Houston Dynamo
Juniors/USA), 2. Javon Sample (Central FC).
Defenders: 6. Shannon Gomez (capt) (W Connection),
3. Martieon Watson (W Connection), 7. Maurice Ford
(W Connection), 4. Brendon Creed (Temple
University/USA), 8. Leland Archer (College of
Charleston/USA), 5. Jesus Perez (North East Stars),
15. Neveal Hackshaw (North East Stars).
Midfielders: 13. Kevon Goddard (Central FC), 17.
Akeem Humphrey (Club Sando), 18. Matthew Woo
Ling (St Anthony's College), 9. Aikim Andrews (W
Connection), 10. Akeem Garcia (W Connection), 12.
Jabari Mitchell (W Connection), 16. Duane Muckette
(University of South Florida/USA), 11. Levi Garcia
(Shiva Boys HC),
14. Kishun Seecharan (Club Sando).
Fowards: 19. Kadeem Corbin (St Ann's Rangers), 20.
Ricardo John (Virginia Tech/USA).
Technical staff: Derek King (coach), Hutson Charles
(assistant coach), Michael Maurice (goalkeeper coach),
Stephen Hart (technical advisor), Michael Taylor
(physiotherapist), Michael Williams (equipment
manager), Douglas Archer (manager), Wayne
Cunningham (assistant manager), Sharon Joseph
(trainer), Terrence Babwah (doctor), Shaun fuentes
(media officer/technical video)
Concacaf U-20 Championship
Group A: T&T, Panama, Jamaica, Aruba, United States
Group B: Mexico, Cuba, Canada, El Salvador, Honduras
T&T UNDER-20 SQUAD
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