Trinidad Express / The Trinidad and Tobago senior football team will return to training tomorrow to start preparing for Saturday’s international friendly against Grenada in St George’s. The match will serve as part of the national team’s build-up for the two 2018 World Cup qualifiers against the United States and Costa Rica on June 8 and 13. “This international game will be useful in terms of it being part of the preparations for our squad ahead of the next set of World Cup qualifiers in June,” head coach Dennis Lawrence told TTFA Media. “It’s a good opportunity for myself and the coaching staff to have a further look at the players who are on the fringe of World Cup team selection, also including those who were involved in the past two qualifying matches. Tomorrow’s opening training session takes place at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. The 24-man training squad for Grenada: Marvin Phillip, Glenroy Samuel, Jan-Michael Williams, Keston George, Curtis Gonzales, Triston Hodge, Alvin Jones, Seon Power, Yohance Marshall, Carlos Edwards, Taryk Sampson, Marcus Joseph, Kevon Goddard, Nathan Lewis, Jared London, Leston Paul, Hughton Hector, Hashim Arcia, Keron Cummings, Akeem Roach, Jomal Williams, Shahdon Winchester, Jerrel Britto, Jamille Boatswain.
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