Sol Campbell is plotting the United States men’s national team’s demise.
The 42-year-old former Spurs, Arsenal, and Portsmouth defender has been hired as an assistant coach with Trinidad and Tobago.
Campbell, 42, is the son of Jamaican parents and has yet to move into management. The Daily Mail credits Campbell’s former teammate Thierry Henry with inspiring the move.
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T&T sits fifth in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, 0-2 but with better goal differential than basement-dwelling USA.
The Soca Warriors are home for Panama and Mexico in March, hoping to move up the table after losing at Honduras and home to Costa Rica in its opening matches.
T&T visits the USMNT on June 8.