Warriors captain Khaleem Hyland

FOCUSED: Warriors captain Khaleem Hyland, right, and defender Aubrey David, second left, train with the national squad ahead today’s Concacaf Nations League qualifier against the Hondurans. The match kicks off at 7pm at Hasely Crawford Stadium. 

The importance of tonight’s CONCACAF Nations League qualifier against Honduras has forced Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence into taking drastic measures.

He has refused to disclose his team ahead of the match which kicks off 7 p.m. at the Hasely Crawford Stadium,

“This is something we had to learn from the experience of playing Martinique, because we were totally unaware of the Martinique squad until the day of the game,” Lawrence explained yesterday.

“Having revisited the competition rules, Lawrence found a team did not have to release its squad prior to kick-off.

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“So we need to take advantage of that situation. That is why we have not released any squad,” he said. “I would like to say it was difficult to prepare for the game against Martinique because we did not know who we were playing against.”


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