Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 29th 2013 Contents strongly about the way forward and
the way in which he is carrying the
team. I expect that as a squad of players
we will continue to work hard and fol-
low his directions," Williams added.
The former W Connection custodian
is expected to be named in the final
squad for the OSN Cup in Saudi Arabia.
T&T plays United Arab Emirates on
September 5 in Riyadh.
Boro to consider
bids for Hoyte
Middlesbrough has revealed that
there have been rumours of interest
but no confirmed bids for T&T
defender Justin Hoyte.
Boro manager Tony Mowbray said
he would be willing to hold discus-
sions with any club interested in the
former Arsenal player who lined up
for T&T at the recent Concacaf Gold
Cup in the United States.
Milwall are reportedly keen on sign-
"We've had no offers for Justin,"
said Mowbray of the right back, who
played in the opener against Leicester
but has not featured since.
"He has not been in the squad
because he is behind rest of the group.
Having spent the whole summer in
America playing for T&T he didn't
prepare with team in pre-season.
"Frazer was training with us and
we really like his drive and his per-
sonality and mentality and we decided
to bring him in and he has been play-
ing. So you have to say that that Justin
is not in the picture or in the team.
"If we did receive an offer and it
was something he wanted to do and
we felt it was right then we would
discuss it with Justin and decide if it
was right for the club.
"At the moment, he is a squad play-
er and he needs to work very hard in
training to force his way back in."
Tim Kee's drive
T&T Football Association (TTFA)
president Raymond Tim Kee received
some commendation from FIFA ref-
erees instructor Peter Prendergast last
week at the closing of the FIFA Ref-
erees Assistance Programme at the
Plaza de Montrose in Chaguanas.
Prendergast was addressing the par-
ticipants at the FIFA course when he
encouraged them to make full use of
the opportunities and resources being
made available for them.
"Sometimes we will want more but
we've got to make use of what is there
for us at the moment and there are
resources there for you to help you
excel," Prendergast said.
"And you have a president in Ray-
mond Tim Kee who is someone I have
always gotten a good vibe from any
time I speak to him. Since he's taken
over the presidency he is always
searching for ways to make things
happen or try and make improve-
ments and you as referees are fortu-
nate to have a president like him at
Thirty elite local referees and five
instructors will continue training
under the guidance of Ramesh Ramd-
han, head of the TTFA referees
department as they seek selection for
FIFA international tournaments in
coming months as well as improve
their officiating standard for local
New Zealand selects
Finnish duo for OSN Cup
Finland-based duo Kris Bright and
Chris James, and Waitakere midfielder
Jake Butler, have been named in the
New Zealand squad to play in next
month's OSN Cup in Saudi Arabia
alongside T&T, United Arab Emirates
and Saudi Arabia.
Striker Bright has played four games
and scored one goal for New Zealand,
with his last cap coming in 2009,
while midfielder James has played 16
games and scored one goal for the All
Whites between 2006 and 2009.
He is playing for Kuopion Palloseura
Butler has been picked in the senior
squad for the first time after he
impressed coach Ricki Herbert playing
for New Zealand A against Jordan.
Bright is a true footballing globe-
trotter, currently playing for IFK
Mariehamn in the Finland Premier
League. He is the competition's sixth
top scorer this season with eight goals.
Bright told Fairfax Media before the
squad announcement that he never
gave up hope of making a return to
He was part of the standby squad
for the 2010 World Cup and was one
of three players cut when a two-match
series against China and Japan was
reduced to one game after the Japan-
ese earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
Marco Rojas, Shane Smeltz and Dan
Keat were all ruled out with injuries,
while Michael McGlinchey won't trav-
el as his wife is expecting their first
Jacob Spoonley has got the nod
over Jake Gleeson and Michael O'Ke-
effe to replace the retired Mark Paston
as one of two goalkeepers in the
All matches will be played at the
King Fahd International Stadium in
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National goalkeeper Jan Michael
Williams usually does most of his
work during national training ses-
sions with goalkeeper coach Jefferson
George. But the Central FC keeper
has to ensure he is in tune with what
head coach Stephen Hart wants from
As the last line of defence, Williams
has to be at the centre of everything
happening as it relates to match prepa-
ration and the game itself. Following
the Concacaf Gold Cup in the USA,
Williams is very keen on continuing
a relationship with Hart.
"I have a lot of time for coach Hart.
I'm not just saying this because I want
to make him look good or to sound
good myself but I thought in the short
space he's been in charge of the team
there was a level of professionalism
and leadership that worked very well
for the team and it was evident in how
we played at the Gold Cup," Williams
"We know we have a lot of work to
do still but as a player I feel very
Williams eager to continue under Hart
T&T goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams makes a save versus Mexico
at the Concacaf Gold Cup in July.
Shaun Fuentes is the director of
communications for the T&T
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