| Reynold Carrington|
| (1970-01-27) 27 January 1970 (age 45)|
Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago
Reynold Carrington Wikipedia
Reynold Carrington is a former Trinbagonian international footballer and current football manager for Point Fortin Civic. He played as deep-lying midfield playmaker or as a sweeper.
Carrington enjoyed most of his career at Trinidad and Tobago, with brief spells at the United States and Indonesia. He returned to Trinidad & Tobago in 1999 to play for his hometown club Point Fortin Civic and was sold in the same year to newcomers W Connection with Wesley Webb and David Atiba Charles for TT$75,000. In 2000, he won the Player of the Year award for W Connection, TT Pro League and TTFA.
He was named in the team for the 2001 Caribbean Cup, winning the title and scoring in the first match against Barbados and the 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup. He made his international debut for Trinidad and Tobago in 1992, playing his last match for the Soca Warrions in 2003.
His first coaching experience was in 2003 as a player-manager for W Connection after team manager Stuart Charles-Fevrier was in charge of the national team. He was named assistant manager after retirement.
He was put in charge of the Trinidad and Tobago national under-15 football team in 2007, also coaching the under-17 team later. In 2012, he took charge of his native city club Point Fortin Civic, leaving the club in early 2015 claiming lack of motivation of his players.
He is father of Khadeen Carrington, a basketball player for Seton Hall Pirates and stepfather of footballer Kariym Balthazar, whom he coached and Point Fortin Civic.Defence Force
National League Winner: 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995
TT Pro League Winner: 2000, 2001, 2005
TT Pro League Runner-up: 2002, 2003–04
Trinidad and Tobago
Caribbean Cup Winner: 2001