• Saturday Mar 01, 2014

    Statement on passing of Kevon Carter

    CONCACAF is deeply saddened by the passing of Trinidad & Tobago national team striker Kevon Carter.
     
    Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends as they grieve this loss.
     
    We also extend our support to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and those in the football community affected by the loss of a talented player and respected young man.
     
    At the age of 30, Carter had made more than 25 appearances with the Soca Warriors.
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