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#3481: Internetsoccer.com to Air Haiti-Trinidad & Tobago Match Sunday (fwd)
Internetsoccer.com to Air Haiti-Trinidad & Tobago Match Sunday
CHARLOTTE, N.C., May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- CONCACAF President Jack
Warner has arranged for the World Cup 2000 qualifying match between
Trinidad & Tobago and Haiti to be broadcast live over the Internet.
Sunday's 3:00 pm Eastern Time match, the first leg of a third-round tie,
will be broadcast live from Port ofSpain, Trinidad by
``I am glad to have been able to assist in providing the opportunity for
all of the supporters of Haiti and Trinidad & Tobago to listen to this
very important match,'' said Mr. Warner, who is also Vice-President of
FIFA.The winner of the two-match, Group 2 series will advance to the
semifinal round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, where Costa Rica,
Jamaica, Mexico and the United States -- all seeded teams -- await.
To date, both clubs have had little problem advancing to the third
round. Haiti defeated the Bahamas 13-0 on aggregate, while Trinidad &
Tobago got past the Dominican Republic with wins of 3-0 and 1-0.
The offensive power of T&T will significantly bolstered by the
availability of Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke. Haiti, which had
scored 20 goals through the first two rounds, is led by Golman Pierre,
who has scored 10 times.
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