Trinidad and Tobago have recalled experienced striker Kenwyne Jones to the national football squad ahead of the country’s crucial World Cup qualifiers against Mexico and Panama later this month.
Newly-apponited coach Dennis Lawrence will attempt to revive a fledgling campaign, which began with back-to-back losses to Costa Rica and Honduras.
Jones, 32, was dropped from the national squad under the team’s previous coach Tom Saintfiet. Jones will be one of 26 players called by Lawrence who registered his first win as coach in a 2-0 win over Barbados last week. The squad includes 13 home-based players and 13 overseas-based players.
Marvin Phillip, Jan Michael Williams, Glenroy Samuel (goalkeepers); Radanfah Abu Bakr, Aubrey David, Curtis Gonzales, Sheldon Bateau, Daneil Cyrus, Mekeil Williams, Tristan Hodge, Carlos Edwards, Alvin Jones (defenders); Andre Boucaud, Joevin Jones, Khaleem Hyland, Kevan George, Hughtun Hector, Hashim Arcia, Kevin Molino, Leston Paul, Levi Garcia, Cordell Cato, Nathan Lewis (midfielders); Kenwyne Jones, Willis Plaza, Jamille Boatswain