Home / Volley / Global Football (page 5)

Global Football

U-20 Women: USA down Nicaragua while Mexico whip foreign-assembled Jamaicans

United States and Mexico made confident starts to their CONCACAF 2018 Women’s Under-20 Championship campaigns today as they swept past gutsy but outclassed opposition in Nicaragua and Jamaica respectively at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. USA have won five of the seven editions of this tournament played thus far …

Read More »

U-20 Women: Haiti makes T&T sorry, Mondésir trick KOs hosts despite Princely start

Haiti Women’s National Under-20 Team captain and forward Nérilia Mondésir turned 19 on Wednesday and, by all appearances, she opted to celebrate her birthday a day late. Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed the perfect start to their CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva tonight. But, by the final …

Read More »

U-20 Women’s Championship: Expert doubtful Ato Boldon Stadium can withstand 16 games in 11 days

Sixteen games in 11 days. That is what the Ato Boldon Stadium is set to host once the CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship kicks off on 18 January. And although—according to a top Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) official—the field at the Couva “Home of Football” currently looks in pristine …

Read More »

DJW skips TTFA AGM while board claims ignorance of $.9 million Pro League subvention

In the David John-Williams’ 2015 election manifesto, entitled “Imperatives for Change,” he promised that, once elected, he would be “committed to immediately appointing the necessary sub committees, as required under the constitution.” Further, John-Williams, the candidate, noted that “the proper and efficient function (sic) of these committees are (sic) important …

Read More »

Dear Editor: Phillips: Arrogant, shifty John-Williams-led TTFA is steering T&T football to ruin

“The [TTFA’s] handling of former coaches Stephen Hart and Randy Waldrum were nothing short of embarrassingly unprofessional and mean. [And the] TTFA leadership persists in acting in a manner that may very well push creditors to seek legal redress and have the TTFA placed in court-appointed administration. “There simply seems …

Read More »