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"Changing the way we interact with People!"
Molino is enjoying
the game again. He s
taking the field for
Orlando City and
seems ready to fea-
ture at the start of
the MLS season.
Molino came on
and assisted on
Orlando's game win-
ning penalty by Kaka
in a 2-1 preseason
victory over Toronto
and also had an assist in another game winner over
New York Red Bulls last week.
"A healthy Kevin Molino will be a huge addition
this season. Molino looks healthy, is playing well, and
is working to prove that he can be one of the best
wingers in MLS. Molino Mania is real, and it's spec-
tacular," an article in the maneland.com stated.
The Orlando Sports Daily also highlighted Molino's
return, adding: "Molino though is the heart of this
team. At least to the supporters. Kaka has the star
power and there are plenty of players who are better
or come with more pedigree.
But no one has the history Molino has with this
team or this fan base. He is the heart---a connection
to the past and the future along with a key player for
Molino also believes his progress has been satis-
factory. "I'm beginning to feel like myself again. I
know it was a situation where I could not rush back
into things one hundred percent but at the moment
I feel very excited about being able to play again,"
Molino said. "I was positive when I came on the field
against New York but at the same time hoping that
nothing goes wrong and to be honest, I felt quite good
out there. Hopefully I can keep it up and just keep
getting stronger as we head into the new season and
possibly I will be back with the national team again
when the time is right." T&T's next two 2018 World
Cup qualifiers are to St Vincent/Grenadines on March
25 and 29.
Attin-Johnson explores options
National Women's captain Maylee Attin-Johnson
is not ready to hang up her boots at age 29. A com-
petitive drive and a crazy passion for the playing could
possibly see her sticking around for a few more years.
But she is not counting out the possibility of entering
other areas of the sport. Attin-Johnson has already
had managerial experience on a past national women's
youth team and recently completed a course in ref-
ereeing which she intends to further.
"I will take some time to rethink my future because
I am not getting younger. The FIFA refereeing program
is something I will definitely look into but I really
can't say exactly at this time what I will be going
into," she said after the 5-0 defeat to the United States
last Friday in the CONCACAF Olympic semi final
round qualifier. "But I will be taking the refereeing
a bit more seriously. I am still very passionate about
the game and I am very competitive so sometimes
that hampers me from exploring other things but I
will definitely take some time to reconsider my future,"
said the Central FC midfielder.
As to what she hopes to see in terms of the approach
for the development of women's football in T&T she
added: "For most of us, we made the national team
at age 15, 16, at a very young age but you are not
getting that at this present moment because of the
poor system that is in place at the primary and sec-
ondary schools level.
There needs to be greater investment at the grass-
roots level so that we can get better leagues where
the girls can start at a younger age and gain the expe-
rience. It is about someone believing in the women's
program and putting everything behind it in order for
us to compete against the best of them."
Attin-Johnson is a graduate of Kennesaw State Uni-
versity and Cumberland College in the USA.
Molino Mania is real says Orlando City
De Four stays active at Houston elite club
Former national under 17 women's team
head coach Stephan De Four is enjoying his
role as women's football coach in Houston.
De Four left Trinidad and Tobago in 2013 to
become a director of coaching at the Texas
Rush club where he coached boys and girls
through the ages 13 to 18.
Last year he switched to the Challenge
Soccer Club where he is a professional staff
coach with the all-girl club. The Challenge
club also participates in the Elite Clubs
National League. (ECNL) "When I left home
in 2013 I came to Houston where I joined
the Texas Rush after I linked up with the
one of the directors. I coached boys and girls
through ages 13 to 18 and then I moved over
to the Challenge Soccer club last year," De
Four said. "I haven't stopped. After the under
17s period when I was the head coach, there
wasn't much happening and there was a lot
of turn over taking place.
I was kind of stagnant and I just wanted
to keep coaching. The coaches came down
to Trinidad from Texas Rush and the oppor-
tunity came," he added on his decision to
move to the United States.
"The Challenge club has been one of the
top female clubs in Texas and also the US.
We have a couple players in the national
Most of our players get college scholarships
and we have produced national team players.
I am enjoying it here and I will also continue
to play my part wherever possible in helping
our program back home," he added.
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