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Trinidad Express / The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s decision to sack national team coach Stephen Hart is not a popular one with the players. This at least is according to vice-captain Jan-Michael Williams. And as they come to terms with the loss of their coach, the players are seeking to have a meeting with Association officials to resolve a number of matters. In an interview on radio station I95FM on Saturday, goalkeeper Williams said: “I think we did let the coach down at the end of the day.” And when asked about who should be the next national team boss, Williams responded this way: “Sometimes it’s not what you want, it’s what you need,” while adding, “if they (the players) had a preference, it would be Stephen Hart.” Williams also revealed that there are matters that have been affecting team performance. “We have issues,” he said.

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