Monday, 08 January 2018 18:36

All Hands On Deck For National Under 20 Women's Football Team

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It's all hands on deck for the national good as the national under 20 women's football team is getting additional support from members of the Trinidad and Tobago senior men's team technical staff as they get ready for the upcoming Concacaf under 20 women's championship which kicks off on January 18th with a double header at the Ato Boldon stadium from 5pm.

Men's senior team trainer Saran Joseph and physio Dave Isaac have been drafted into the under 20 sessions as head coach Jamaal Shabazz attempts to get his players in the best possible shape for the eight-nation competition.

Joseph, already trained to operate the gps/heart rate monitor system used by the men's senior team, is overseeing similar operations with the u-20s along with managing their strength and conditioning training.

TTFA technical director Anton Corneal has also been offering his expertise having also previously worked with the under 20 women's team when it narrowly missed out on qualification for the women's under 20 world cup in 2014 by way of a defeat to Costa Rica in the third place playoff.

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