& TOBAGO - football 'The Soca Warriors' 2005
Trinidad and Tobago's Dwight Yorke, (above left),
celebrating at Bahrain National Stadium at the end of the World
Cup 2nd leg qualifying playoff soccer match. Trinidad and Tobago
won the match 1-0 to win 2-1 on aggregate. November 18, 2005 Nation
and Tobago's Christopher Birchall (right) celebrating his goal against
Bahrain with teammate John Avery during a playoff qualifying match for
a place in the World Cup 2006 in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,
last night. Birchall's stunning half-volley from 25 yards equalled the
score in a game in which Trinidad dominated, but didnÕt turn that
dominance into more goals. The game ended in a 1-1 draw, and the second
leg will be played in Bahrain
Fans stretch to hug and kiss Trinidad and Tobago
striker Stern John as the "Warriors" returned to T &
T yesterday to celebrate the 1-0 victory against Bahrain and this
country's first ever World Cup berth.
October 16, 2005
Trinidad and Tobago striker Stern John celebrating
his second goal against Mexico.
FOOTBALL CARNIVAL: Trinidad and TobagoÕs
Ian Cox (left), Russell Latapy (centre), and Chris Birchall celebrating
at Bahrain National Stadium yesterday at the end of the World Cup
2nd leg qualifying playoff soccer match.
Trinidad and Tobago's Dwight Yorke (right) breaking
away from Mexico's Francisco Fonseca .
It was mas and celebration on June 24, 2006 in
Trinidad when hundreds went to Piarco International Airport to welcome
heroes Soca Warriors home after competing in the FIFA
World Cup. Among those at the airport was Prime Minister Patrick
Manning who gave captain Dwight Yorke (inset right) and his team
a hero's welcome. June 2006