Pompey hero appointed Trinidad & Tobago assistant

Sol Campbell, right, has been appointed assistant manager of Trinidad & Tobago   Picture: Steve Reid
Sol Campbell, right, has been appointed assistant manager of Trinidad & Tobago Picture: Steve Reid
Ronan Curtis Picture: Lorcan Doherty

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Pompey hero Sol Campbell has taken his first steps in the world of football management by agreeing to become assistant boss of Trinidad & Tobago.

Campbell, who skippered the Blues to FA Cup glory in 2008, has joined a revamped Soca Warriors coaching set-up – working alongside new manager and former Swansea player Dennis Lawrence.
Speaking to the Sportsmail, the 42-year-old said: ‘I’m older now. 
‘I’m even more mature than I was as a player. 
‘I can handle all that kind of stuff. 
‘I dealt with it as a player and it’s a little different as a manager but I’ve got the capacity to absorb all of that.’