Angus Eve is the new Senior Men’s National Football coach. The confirmation came on Sunday evening, as the name Angus Eve has been circulating since last week, even before the termination of Terry Fenwick. In accepting the hot seat of the Trinidad and Tobago Football team, the former Trinidad and Tobago captain told TTFA Media: “I’m really honoured and privileged to have this opportunity to continue to represent my country. I’m committed to provide a lift to Trinidad and Tobago, especially in this time where we are battling with so many different adversities at the same time.”
Eve, who is this country’s most capped player with 117 internationals between 1994 and 2005 and who scored 34 goals in his career as an attacking midfielder is a successful coach in the local circuit, having coached North East Stars and Naparima College among other teams. Eve’s first assignment will be trying to qualify for the Gold Cup, with the first match against Montserrat and a possible match against Cuba if successful against Montserrat.