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Wendell Moore
Wendell Moore (born 18 September 1964 in Bethel, Tobago) is a former Trinidad and Tobago footballer and coach. Moore played in his early career for the

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He is not the Wendell Moore who helped to design jetpacks. Wendell MoorePersonal informationFull name Wendell Ian MooreDate of birth (1964-09-18) 18 September 1964 (age 54)Place of birth Bethel, Tobago, Trinidad and TobagoHeight 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)Playing position DefenderYouth career1981–1985 Signal Hill SCS1986–1987 Fairleigh Dickinson KnightsSenior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)1988–1999 Lauderhill Lions SC 2000–2001 CS Villains National team1984–1985 Trinidad and Tobago 3 (0[1])Teams managed2003–2004 St Clair Coaching School2004–2005 Lauderhill Lions Optimists * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Wendell Moore (born 18 September 1964[2] in Bethel, Tobago[3]) is a former Trinidad and Tobago footballer and coach.[4]

Contents
  • 1 Career
  • 2 International career
  • 3 Coaching career
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 References
Career

Moore played in his early career for the Signal Hill Senior Comprehensive School[5] and on the Fairleigh Dickinson University for the Teneck Men Soccer team.[6][7] He played after his graduating on the FDU in the year 1987, over ten years with Florida based Lauderhill Lions Soccer Club.[8] Moore played by the club besides with the later MLS player Mark Chung and Miami Fusion caribbean international player Reginald Pierre-Jerome.[9] Moore played until 1998 with Lauderhill Lions,[10] before signed with Coral Springs Men's Soccer League side CS Villains.[11]

International career

Moore was three times player of the Trinidad and Tobago national football team.[12] He played his international debut in a 1986 FIFA World Cup Qualification game against the Costa Rica national football team in Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá in San José, Costa Rica on 24 April 1985.[13]

Coaching career

After his retirement worked as teacher of the St Clair Coaching School in Carnbee Village, Tobago[14] and later coached the under-14 boys team, Lauderhill Lions Optimists team of the South Florida United soccer association.[15]

Personal life

Both his sons Shaquell (*1996)[16] and CJ play in the US national youth soccer system.[17] Shaquell also plays for Levante UD in La Liga. Moore is married with Michelle Goddard, a sister of fellow footballer and former national team member of Wendell, Richard Goddard.[18]

References
  1. ^ Wendell Moore – FIFA competition record (archive)
  2. ^ Wendell Ian Moore - Genealogy.com
  3. ^ Football alert — watch for Shaquell Moore
  4. ^ Moore named for US soccer programme
  5. ^ Tobago’s Greatest Sporting Moments
  6. ^ Wendell Moore athletic career
  7. ^ Fairleigh Dickinson University
  8. ^ Lauderhill Lions distinguished alumni include
  9. ^ Winning Their Share
  10. ^ Soccer Titles Go To The Toughest - Sun Sentinel
  11. ^ CSMSL - Over 30 Fall 2001
  12. ^ Player Profile - Wendell Moore - Soca Warriors Online
  13. ^ Matches Played by Wendell Moore
  14. ^ Saluting the best of T&T football
  15. ^ SFUYSA Regular Season 2005 -2006 Information
  16. ^ US teen star dreams of Manchester City move
  17. ^ C.J. Moore - Gardner-Webb University Athletics
  18. ^ Football alert — watch for Shaquell Moore


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