The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association appoints Kenwyne Jones as Head Coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s National Team.
Jones took on the role of interim Senior Women’s coach from October 18 to November 30.
Jones will now assume full-time responsibility for the team, commencing December 1, 2021, with a nine-month contract that provides him the option to extend his term for a further year, based on the achievement of KPI’s and a successful performance appraisal.
The TTFA’s decision to appoint Jones follows 0-0 and 1-1 performances against Panama at the Ato Boldon Stadium in October, the positive atmosphere that he has created within the team, and the improved dynamic between the players and technical staff.
Commenting on his appointment, Jones said:” I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to continue to work with the staff and players, proud to continue serving my country, and I look forward to helping push the women’s game forward.”
Normalization Committee Chairman Robert Hadad stated: “Kenwyne has done a really good job with the team during his short stint, as was demonstrated on the field against Panama. We had a meeting with him and he was excited with the prospect of continuing his work with the players. I believe the players are equally excited. We have agreed on clear performance targets, which we all hope will be achieved.”
A UEFA A Licence holder, Jones will now take the team into the 2022 CONCACAF W Qualifiers, with games against Nicaragua on February 17, Dominica on February 20, the Turks and Caicos on April 9, and Guyana on April 12, 2022. The top placed team in the Group will qualify to compete in the 2022 CONCACAF W Championships in July 2022.
In preparation for the qualifiers, the National Women’s team will participate in two friendly international matches versus the Dominican Republic on November 26 and 30 in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic.
The match can be viewed today fom 5:00pm via the following link https://youtu.be/jvqQg4r3DcM