Attacking maestro Kevin Molino who will soon be returning from injury was selected in the 60-man squad selected by interim head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago men’s senior team, Angus Eve on Friday for the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup to be held in USA next month.
There were several familiar players in the roster who played in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers under the recently fired coach Terry Fenwick. However, there were spots for Canadian-based duo Akeem Garcia, Andre Rampersad as well as Mathew Woo-Ling, Jomal Williams, Isaiah Hudson and teenagers Gary Griffith III and Nathaniel James.
The coach of secondary school team Naparima College and local professional team Club Sando, Eve has until the deadline of June 28 to trim his squad to 23 players.
The Soca warriors will come up against Montserrat in the preliminary round at the DRV PNK Stadium in Ft Lauderdale, Florida on July 2. Once victorious, they will play the second round qualifier against either Cuba or French Guyana at the same venue on July 6 for a chance to play in the Group A alongside Mexico, El Salvador and Curaçao.
Aaron Enill, Adrian Foncette, Nicklas Frenderup, Marvin Phillip, Gregory Ranjitsingh, Denzil Smith
Radanfah Abu Bakr, Leland Archer, Sheldon Bateau, Jamal Creighton, Aubrey David, Justin Garcia, Shannon Gomez, Curtis Gonzales, Triston Hodge, Darnell Hospedales, Alvin Jones, Keston Julien, Jelani Peters, Noah Powder, Ross Russell Jnr, Jesse Williams, Mekeil Williams
Aikim Andrews, Hashim Arcia, Che Benny, Sean Bonval, Jelani Felix, Andre Fortune, Akeem Garcia, Judah Garcia, Levi Garcia, Keston George, Kevon Goddard, Gary Griffith III, Neveal Hackshaw, Isaiah Hudson, Khaleem Hyland, Nathaniel James, Joevin Jones, Molik Khan, Dylan King, Aaron Lester, Jabari Mitchell, Kevin Molino, Reon Moore, Duane Muckette, Jameel Neptune, Daniel Phillips, Michel Poon-Angeron, Andre Rampersad, John Paul Rochford, Justin Sadoo, Adrian Welch, Jomal Williams, Matthew Woo Ling
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