While the title may sound more like an uplifting movie about a journey to Liverpool’s Albert Dock after cruising through the Atlantic ocean, it’s time to take a look at the Premier League players from Trinidad and Tobago.
Most famously, Dwight Yorke has flown the flag from the Caribbean highest, with his success at Manchester United, but he’s not been the only player from Trinidad and Tobago to light up the Premier League.
From Arsenal to Eastleigh. It's quite the fall for the 26-year-old defender. Image Source: Twitter
We expected much more from the man who was lethal for Swansea but managed just one Premier League goal for the Latics. Image Source: Zimbio
16 international caps for the former Crystal Palace defender. Image Source: Holmesdale
Over 50 appearances for the Mackems from the Trindad and Tobago right-back. Image Source: Twitter
The former Arsenal youth product now plays in America's second division. Strange. Image Source: Twitter
Trinidad's answer to Sebastian Giovinco. 5ft4! Image Source: eBay
Double F.A Cup runner up. Image Source: 90 min
Illustrious Intertoto Cup winner with Aston Villa.
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Unplayable on his day. Did the Trinidadian left the Premier League too soon?
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The former MLS golden boot winner was often amongst the goals in England. Image Source: Alchetron
One of West Ham's best goalkeepers. Giant. Image Source: Twitter
No question here for who is Trinidad and Tobago's best player. Image Source: Twitter
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For a country with a population of just over 1.3million people, the Caribbean nation can be proud of the amount of Premier League players they’ve managed to produce. From world-class players like Dwight Yorke to solid players like Shaka Hislop, Stern John and Kenwyne Jones, Trinidad and Tobago is stacked with talented players.
It’s strange to think that the island is just a fraction of the size of London, and yet they are more than respected in the football world – especially from Yorke’s heroics with Manchester United, forming one of the most famous Premier League partnerships of all-time.
Hopefully it isn’t too long before the Trinidadian and Tobagonian’s can return to their glory days of Jones, John and Yorke – it’s easy to see why their nation were once 29th in the FIFA rankings back in 2000.