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Eight Women Warriors get monthly retainer contracts; players applaud TTFA move

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has offered one-year retainer contracts to eight Women’s National Senior Team players, so as to allow them to focus full-time on duties with the Women Soca Warriors. The eight players selected were captain and attacker Tasha St Louis, forward Mariah Shade, playmaker Dernelle Mascall, …

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ESPN allegedly seeks legal advice as DJW’s TTFA braces for more tv rights claims

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and his board of directors, apparently, do not know when they are behind. Wired868 understands that the TTFA, in an extraordinary show of chutzpah, is sticking to its guns and refusing to allow broadcast rights holders to operate inside the Hasely Crawford …

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No soliciting! The High Court’s Judgment and the unravelling of John-Williams’ tv rights vow

On 26 November 2016, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and his board of directors were mandated by the local football body’s general council to seek to invalidate its contract with the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) and Traffic Sports USA, the Brazilian arm of a Brazilian sports …

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Telemundo triumphs in High Court! DJW, TTFA fail in bold bid to escape tv rights contract

United States Spanish-speaking television network, Telemundo, were granted the right to broadcast Trinidad and Tobago’s upcoming Russia 2018 World Cup qualifying matches against Panama and Mexico, after Judge Mira Dean-Armorer granted their injunction against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) at the Port of Spain High Court today. The …

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Mandeville knocks “Central cowards” for supposedly belittling Latapy in unsigned release

Russell Latapy’s business manager, Wayne Mandeville, has hit back at Pro League champions Central FC for their “cowardly” attack on the Trinidad and Tobago football icon, as both parties continue to trade words in a furore that started with a critical statement aimed at Sport Minister Darryl Smith. Last Friday, …

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