Trinidad and Tobago Features
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad -- Trinidad and Tobago international Kevon Carter has died of a suspected heart attack after training with his club team. The Caribbean Football Union says the 30-year-old striker died Friday morning at a hospital. He had ...
ATLANTA -- Mexico coach Jose Manuel De La Torre knows there's only so much he can do to please his critics. More from ESPNFC Saturday's performance wasn't one that convinced many that El Tri ca...
It was a lackluster performance against Trinidad & Tobago in all respects, but the U.S. still came away with a crucial road win, writes Ives Galarcep.
The U.S. learned several important lessons against El Salvador, the most poignant being that Jonathan Bornstein is not the answer at left back, writes Ives Galarcep.
The U.S. looks to improve on its subpar road form in qualifying when it takes on a Trinidad & Tobago team that is likely low on confidence, writes Jeff Carlisle.
After he demolished the Soca Warriors, it's no surprise that teen Jozy Altidore received most of the postgame plaudits, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Thanks to a lineup featuring two key players in new positions, the U.S. national team posted a 3-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago, writes Ives Galarcep.
The 2-1 loss against Trinidad & Tobago showed that several U.S. youngsters still have a ways to go before they're ready for the senior team, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Trinidad & Tobago is the perfect opportunity for several U.S. youngsters to make a statement, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Against the Soca Warriors, the U.S. delivered a dominant performance and the offense finally showed up, writes Jeff Carlisle.