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John-Williams: I’m a victim of W Connection’s success; TTFA candidate speaks out

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) presidential candidate, David John-Williams, has launched a passionate defence about his motivation and management style, after concerns that he might use the football body to further his own business interests. John-Williams hopes to unseat incumbent, Raymond Tim Kee, at the TTFA’s AGM on November …

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Change or stability? TTFA presidential candidates share mission statements

The following are the manifestos from Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) presidential nominees, David John-Williams and Ramesh Ramdhan, which details their plans for revitalising the local game, as well as televised interviews with John-Williams, Clynt Taylor, Raymond Tim Kee and Selby Browne: Click HERE to read David John-Williams’ Imperatives for …

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Oops: ISIS admits error, TTFA says blame someone else

Two much-maligned corporations—murderous, terrorist group ISIS and unaudited, incompetent and dictatorial local governing body, the TTFA—oversaw some calamitous decision-making recently that might have an impact on the immediate future of their respective organisations. Can you guess which body had the good sense to express regret? “And so after having discovered …

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Maylee, Kennya refuse to join Women Warriors under current manager

Former Trinidad and Tobago National Women’s Senior Team captain Maylee Attin-Johnson and star attacker Kennya “Yaya” Cordner are refusing to represent their country, as the “Women Soca Warriors” remain divided since coming to international prominence during their Canada 2015 World Cup qualifying campaign. Cordner, who was a 2014 CONCACAF Player …

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TTFA ExCo declares no confidence in “incompetent” president, Tim Kee

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president Raymond Tim Kee’s re-election campaign was dealt another humiliating blow last night as six Executive Committee members, including all three vice-presidents Lennox Watson, Rudolph Thomas and Krishna Kuairsingh, declared, via a press release, that they had “unanimously lost confidence in the president, Mr …

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