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Trinidad and Tobago Football Magazine ...Produced by Aldwyn McGill

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T&T Football Foreword Volume 4                     

Stars Soccer Review (SSR) would like to thank you for your support and valuable feedback. In this, our fourth issue of the magazine, we bring to you an in depth look at Trinidad and Tobago Football, and its rich history. This includes its leagues and Winners in Winners Circle. 

With the perception that all roads in Trinidad and Tobago football goes through its Special Advisor, we thought it was imperative to Interview Mr. Jack Austin Warner, Special Advisor to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.  

At Stars Soccer, we know that in sport for the most part, you get what you put in, and with the Soca Warriors successful 2006 World Cup campaign as the smallest country ever, they were also the oldest team there. So we decided to follow the Warriors 2010 W-C Campaign to spot the changes, if any.

SSR took the time to talk with Everald “Gally” Cummings and Bertille St Clair, two of T&T’s most successful coaches. We also got a brief word with one of T&T all time greats, Leroy “Dilly” De Leon, in which he commented on the Soca Warriors in Germany and their 2010 Campaign. 

We interviewed Dexter Skeene, (CEO of the TT-Pro league) about his role and the league’s role as it relates to T&T Football. As the pendulum by which a country sport revolves, we thought it wise to interview the Honourable Gary Hunt, Trinidad and Tobago Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs.

We covered the winners of the Secondary School Football league (SSFL), which reinforces the theory that the breeding ground for football talent, is in the School System. We saw raw and exceptional talent in the SSFL, with the National U-17 and U-20 players in both the Boys and Girls Divisions. There were also diamonds in the rough at the Primary school level.

In Volume 4, you will find all the Trinidad and Tobago teams which participated in World Cups or Youth Championship.

 

What we discovered, was that the Soca Warriors players who led the team to World Cup Germany, was back and was not a factor in leading the team in the 2010 qualifiers. 

 Alvin Corneal, assessment of Trinidad and Tobago football, in his article in the magazine is pretty close to being on the money. “ONE FOOT FORWARD - -TWO STEPS BACKWARDS”.

 

Corneal is a former T&T national coach and player, and is presently a member of FIFA’s Study Group.

More importantly, Trinidad and Tobago senior men’s football team is at the crossroads and may be forced to expose its younger players. Hence, we asked Kenwyne Jones, the highest profile Soca Warriors player at present, to comment on his thoughts of leading the Soca Warriors forward. (Don’t Back-Back)

Tobago football is also on the rise, and we went to Tobago to cover the first International football match in its history, at the Dwight Yorke Stadium. We also covered Tobago’s Digicel Premier League, in which Stokelyvale won, and later qualified to play in the T&T National Super league.

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Football magazine launch at stadium
by T&T Newsd@y Newspaper   Friday, May 14 2010

STARS Soccer Review (SSR) will be launching their Trinidad and Tobago football magazine today at 5 pm, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

There will also be a Tobago launch at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet tomorrow at 4 pm. The producer of the magazine is Trinidad and Tobago native Aldwyn McGill.

McGill was selected to the national squad to undergo training for international duty to represent Trinidad and Tobago in 1972 in preparation for the 1974 World Cup in West Germany, but migrated to Toronto, Canada, two weeks after selection.

This squad was the start of TT Road to Germany 2006 and with the success of the Soca Warriors against Bahrain; Aldwyn McGill was a member of the TT media team in Germany following Trinidad and Tobago's victory over Bahrain.

As a result SSR magazine first issue, was on the Soca Warriors and the 2006 World Cup Germany highlights. Now SSR has combined the Soca Warriors' history, with the winners of the different levels of play in Trinidad and Tobago.

Stars Soccer Review has guaranteed that coverage of Trinidad and Tobago football in their Volume Four issue of the magazine cannot be matched
 

 

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