Jonathan Oroso

HOW IT’S DONE: Toronto FC midfielder Jonathan Oroso, left, fires a shot to goal despite the attentions of T&T defenders Carlyle Mitchell, lunging, Daneil Cyrus, right, and Neveal Hackshaw, in background. A double from Scotland-born Glasgow Rangers midfielder Scotty Arfield gave Canada a 2-0 victory in their closed-door prep in Los Angeles on Monday.

—Photo courtesy Canada Football Federation

NATIONAL team head coach Dennis Lawrence Is still trying to find the right balance on the eve of the Soca Warriors’ Concacaf Gold Cup opener next week.

A final dress rehearsal saw the Warrior’ falling 2-0 to Canada in a closed-door scrimmage on Monday evening, which Lawrence found beneficial despite the defeat. Today, Trinidad and Tobago head from their Los Angeles training base to Minnesota, where they play Panama from 7.30 pm on Tuesday at the Alianza stadium in St Paul’s, Minnesota.

Get caught up with news from the news leader
Subscribe now and get access to the Trinidad Express E-paper


Woeful and wounded West Indies took a further dip in the ICC World Cup Standings yesterday a…

Hillview College predictably took home the lion’s share of prizes at yesterday’s PowerGen Se…