Densil Theobald

YET TO RECEIVE OFFER: Densil Theobald

BRENT SANCHO has relinquished his post as managing director at Central FC while former Trinidad and Tobago football captain Densill “Bleeder” Theobald is being courted to take up a management role with the “Couva Sharks” this season.

Over an 18-year professional career, Theobald has played for clubs in Scotland, Hungary, Canada and India as well as with four local clubs, before ending his career with Central FC last season.

Although excited by the prospect of going into team administration, Theobald revealed on Friday that his impending appointment was yet to be confirmed.

“Since I retired from playing football my aspirations and ambitions was to go into the administrative side of things in the football, to effect change from that aspect,” Theobald told the Sunday Express.

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