It was Dennis Lawrence's goal in 2005 that got T&T to its first ever world cup.
And now the man in charge at the time, Leo Beenhakker, approves of the big man's appointment as T&T's next head coach.
Our senior men's team is not the only one aiming at world cup qualification.
Trinidad and Tobago’s under 20’s are currently preparing for a CONCACAF qualification series which could mean a world cup berth.
C Sports recently stopped in at a training session.
Detour Shak Attack scored an 81-71 win over Sissons Sparklers to complete their tour of Grenada on a perfect note.
When she took the field for the Brisbane Heat in the women's big bash league on Friday you could hardly tell that West Indies women's all-rounder Deandra Dottin had been out for 3 weeks, following surgery to repair multiple fractures to her face.
Local basketball team, Detour Shak Attack continues to have a fun time of it over in Grenada where they are taking part in the Sissons Sparklers Club Invitational Championship.
With a 3-nil win against Morvant Caledonia United on Friday night, W Connection is holding onto the lead in the TT Pro League and forcing 2-time back to back champions, Central F.C to be on point.
With a game in hand 5 points adrift of Connection it could go south for the champs with the wrong result against Point Fortin Civic Center on Saturday.
Meanwhile there were also wins for Ma Pau Stars and San Juan Jabloteh on the latest match-day.
Apparently the TTFA could not wait until Monday, which was the original date they themselves set for the revelation of the new men's senior team head coach.
A press release from the association on Saturday confirmed what C-Sports reported on Friday night and that is, that Dennis Lawrence has agreed to take the job.
Tom Saintfiet, the Belgian who was appointed to replace Stephen Hart as head coach of the T&T senior men's football team has resigned after roughly one month on the job.
The national men's football team arrived in Nicaragua Christmas evening for two friendly international matches against that country beginning Tuesday, with the second game taking place on December 30th.
In speaking with C News ahead of the game, head coach Tom Saintfiet who will be in charge of the warriors for the first time in a competitive outing, says he's expecting a tough game from the central american nation.
The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force were hoping to have a solid performance against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes in their third round clash at the Queen's Park Oval but mother nature had other ideas.