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Sure to be many fans' "second team" the side from two small islands in the Caribbean embodies the phrase "footballing minnow".  Dutch coach Leo Beenhakker will have a reputation to rival countryman Guus Hiddink should he turn the Soca Warriors into a successful team.
Last Modified: 04 Jun 2006 13:21 GMT
Sure to be many fans' "second team" the side from two small islands in the Caribbean embodies the phrase "footballing minnow".  Dutch coach Leo Beenhakker will have a reputation to rival countryman Guus Hiddink should he turn the Soca Warriors into a successful team.

FIFA Ranking: 47

 

Coach: Leo Beenhakker

 

Key players: Dwight Yorke, Russell Latapy, Chris Birchall

 

World Cup record: First appearance

 

Qualifying route: Defeated Bahrain in playoff

 

Key question: Can fairytales come true?

 

Squad:

 

Goalkeepers #
Shaka Hislop 1
Kelvin Jack 21
Clayton Ince 22
Defenders
Ian Cox 2
Avery John 3
Marvin Andrews 4
Brent Sancho 5
Dennis Lawrence 6
Cyd Gray 8
Atiba Charles 17
Midfielders
Chris Birchall 7
Aurtis Whitley 9
Carlos Edwards 11
Densill Theobald 18
Anthony Wolfe 23
Forwards
Russell Latapy 10
Collin Samuel 12
Cornell Glen 13
Stern John 14
Kenwyne Jones 15
Evans Wise 16
Dwight Yorke 19
Jason Scotland 20

 

Group matches:


v Sweden, 16:00 GMT, Saturday 10th June - Dortmund

 

v England, 16:00 GMT, Thursday 15th June - Nuremberg

 

v Paraguay, 19:00 GMT, Tuesday 20th June - Kaiserslautern

 

 

Source:
Aljazeera
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