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Ramish and Leela
Friday, 14 July 2017 16:23

TT Vs Honduras At Ato Boldon Stadium

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The switch is well and truly on as all football seems to be headed to the Ato Boldon Stadium and environs.

Already the TTFA, Women's Football, Secondary Schools League and the TT Super League are housed at the Couva venue, and now the World Cup qualifier between the T&T Warriors and Honduras set for September 1st is heading to the Ato Boldon Stadium.

Kick-off is set for eight o'clock and the hope is that fans from Central and South Trinidad will take the opportunity to attend the game and fill up the stadium.

The Hasely Crawford Stadium, for so long the mecca for all international football matches involving the Warriors, has not been drawing large crowds and the David John Williams administration feels that they stand a better chance to attract more supporters in Couva than in Port of Spain at this time.

The Warriors are in need of points and a win at home, followed by another positive result against Panama on the road, will greatly enhance T&T's chance.

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