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Tobagonian Kelshall Alexander has been
installed as the new Technical Director of
Defence Force Football team following retire-
ment of former head coach Ross Russell.
Russell, a former national goalkeeper and pres-
ent coach at various national youth teams, last
held the rank of Staff Sergeant before compulsory
retirement, based on his age and rank, forced
him out of the T&T Defence Force, where he
had established himself as a dedicated servant
to the military and country for 26 years.
In his new position, Alexander, has the Defence
Force Pro League squad, winners of the league
crown two of the past four seasons, already
focussed on its title winning ways.
With current Digicel Pro League leaders Central
FC (46 points from 21 matches) and second
position defending champions W Connection
(43 points from 20 matches) in a two-team battle
this year, Alexander wants to push for everything
left on offer this season and has his eyes of the
next best spot---third as well.
The "Teteron Boys" are fourth on the standings
with 30 points from 20 matches, tied with fifth-
placed Pt Fortin Civic, and two points behind
third-placed Japs North East Stars, who have
32 points from 21 matches.
However, they have already missed out on the
First Citizens Cup, Toyota Classic and the T&T
Football Federation FA Trophy titles so far this
season while still on offer are the upcoming
Lucozade Sport Goal Shield and season-ending
Digicel Pro Bowl.
Speaking to the ttproleague.com earlier this
week, 41-year-old corporal Alexander, who served
as Defence Force Super League coach in the last
four seasons said: "Our immediate goals include
aiming at a third position finish in the league,
which is a realistic goal.
"Also the two remaining Cups are among our
focus. We are going to give it our best because
we want to make our supporters and even past
soldiers and players proud. I think we have short-
changed ourselves in the past few seasons where
the Cups are concerned."
Alexander will lead the present technical staff
inclusive of head coach Marvin Gordon and
assistant coach Anton Joseph, who are former
Defence Force top-flight players.
Lance Corporal Gordon, a long-time assistant
to the most successful coach of Defence Force
in recent years, Ross Russell, took over as interim
coach at the end of Russell s tenure in December
but now occupies the position full-time.
Russell s successes as head coach of the
Defence Force top-flight team included winning
the Army/Coast-Guard combination s two Pro
League championships (2010-2011 & 2012-2013),
the First Citizens Cup (2009) and the Digicel
Pro Bowl (2012) during his spell, which began
Asked about taking over from Russell, Alexan-
der admitted it would be "big shoes to fill."
He said: "Ross Russell did well and he has
left us with a lot of good things.
"I was around and learned a lot from him.
But we have our own style and the responsibility
now is one that I am looking forward to."
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...eyes return to silverware
as new D/Force TD
Baird and Ryan
Shim, all showing
been installed as
at Defence Force
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