Edwards to consider future after World Cup exit?

CARLOS Edwards won his 81st cap but was unable to prevent Trinidad and Tobago crashing out of the World Cup qualifying stage for Brazil 2014.

The Town full-back played 90 minutes for the Soca Warriors who lost 2-1 to Guyana in the second qualifying round stage.

Edwards, who played in the 2006 World Cup finals, is due to play for Trinidad in tomorrow’s return match but might now consider his international retirement at the age of 33.

Elsewhere, Andy Drury helped loan side Crawley Town progress into the second round of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win at Bury.

But while Blues boss Paul Jewell had no qualms about his midfielder becoming cup-tied, he refused to allow Jaime Peters to play for Bournemouth.


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