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6. TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: Rijsbergen eyes U.S. talent
December 20th, 2006 2:50AM

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Trinidad & Tobago coach Wim Rijsbergen called up seven collegians among 41 players picked to attend a training camp Dec. 18-22 in preparation for the 2007 CFU Digicel Cup T&T will host in January.

Rijsbergen, the former Dutch World Cup star and New York Cosmos defender, recently held a four-day camp in Charleston, S.C., to look at Trinidadians and Americans of Trinidadian descent playing in U.S. colleges and high schools. Among the invitees were former U.S. U-20 Randi Patterson, a two-time All-American at UNC Greensboro, American University's Tremaine Chinapoo, son of former Cosmos Richard Chinapoo, and New Jersey schoolboy star Kyle Bethel

U.S. COLLEGIANS AT T&T CAMP:
Osei Telesford (Liberty)
Darryl Roberts (Liberty)
Darren Toby (College of Charleston)
Keeron Benito (Tampa)
Terrence Williams (Lipscomb)
Abiola Clarence (Incarnate Word)
Makan Hislop (South Carolina)


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