Chris Birchall’s World Cup campaign is over after Trinidad & Tobago slumped to a disappointing defeat to Paraguay. The defeat meant T&T failed to qualify for the knock-out stages. Birchall was the first-ever Vale player to appear in the finals, the Vale winger starting all three of the socawarriors’ games.
Chris Birchall’s 21st cap for Trinidad & Tobago ended in disappointment as the socawarriors lost to two late England goals| . Chris Birchall’s 21st cap for Trinidad & Tobago ended in disappointment as the socawarriors lost to two late England goals. However, Birchall and his team mates impressed as they
The transfer road from Moss Rose and Vale Park is well-worn this summer. Jonny Brain became the latest player to switch from one club to the other, as the keeper sealed a move from Vale to Macclesfield. Vale have already signed midfielder Paul Harsley from their Cheshire neighbours and have
Port Vale and Trinidad and Tobago international, Chris Birchall, has declared that playing against England will be the “biggest day of my life” as he looks forward to playing the country of his birth on 15th June 2006. Chris qualifies for the Socawarriors through his mother who was born in