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Former T&T greats, Leroy De Leon and
Lincoln Phillips, turned back the clock on
Saturday morning as they accompanied 160
children between the ages of six and 12 at
the Youth Football Community clinic hosted
by the Football Association, Chevrolet and
OneWorldfutbol at the Wattley Recreation
Ground in Techier Village, Point Fortin.
Both stalwarts assisted instructor Muham-
mad Isa at the close to two-hour session in
which the youngsters were taught the funda-
mentals of the game using the Chevrolet inde-
Phillips, former technical director of the
local governing body, will also conduct a goal-
keeping course for local coaches.
He was excited about being part of the TTFA
initiative which has seen clinics held in
Paramin, Blanchisseuse, Manzanilla and Point
Fortin and will enter Morvant on Saturday
with national players Densill Theobald and
Ataulla Guerra slated to be present at the Mor-
vant Recreation Ground, Coconut Drive from
"I came for Carnival also but this is some-
thing that brings music to my ears. To see the
kids involved and everything organised with
the Chevrolet footballs and all. I feel great to
be part of it.
"I am back in the United States now but I
think about T&T every day and whatever I
can do to help develop football and life here
I m happy about it," Phillips revealed.
"I am always looking for accessories that
will improve football and goalkeeping so we
will be working with a new machine that I
have brought down to help improve goalkeep-
ers. I want to introduce it here to our local
goalkeepers," Phillips continued.
De Leon described the initiative as "awe-
some" but hoped it would be sustained.
"This reminds me of 100 years ago when I
first started playing the game in little groups
"And it s good for me to come out and be
part of this. I m a lover of football and I want
to see these kids out here because I don t want
to see them on the streets. This is very grat-
ifying. I think it s something awesome."
"What I want to see is the programme being
sustained and not just be a one off. Too many
programmes we just show our faces and then
there s no continuation.
"I spoke to Muhammad Isa about this and
I m willing to do anything I can to assist with
initiatives like this," the 66-year-old former
Washington Darts and Seattle Sounders player
Part of the campaign also includes the TTFA
through an alliance with OneWorldFutbol and
Chevrolet distributing ten indestructible foot-
balls to (each) schools and groups from the
Among those receiving balls on Saturday
were Point Fortin ASJA, Salazar Trace Gov-
ernment, Guapo Government, Fanny Village
Government, Cap-de-Ville Government, Point
Fortin RC, Point Fortin AC, Egypt Government,
Point Fortin Civic Centre Youth Development
and the sports coordinator on behalf of the
Point Fortin Borough Corporation.
Phillips, De Leon
turn back clock
at TTFA clinic
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