Home / Volley / Local Football / Coaches association meets Pro League coaches in first town hall-styled meeting

Coaches association meets Pro League coaches in first town hall-styled meeting

“[…] These meetings are intended to educate coaches across the country of the association’s purpose and vision as well as the benefits of being a member.

“It also allows the steering committee the opportunity to exchange and gather ideas that our membership would like to see implemented…”

The following is a press release from the interim steering committee of the National Football Coaches of Trinidad and Tobago (NFCTT):

Photo: Pt Fortin Civic head coach Dexter Cyrus (left) and Police FC coach Richard Hood keep an eye on proceedings during Pro League action on 10 January 2020.
Police FC won 3-1. (Copyright Daniel Prentice/CA-images/Wired868)

The newly formed National Football Coaches of Trinidad and Tobago (NFCTT) held the first of a number of planned town hall-styled meetings on Saturday 21st November at the St James Youth Facility. The invited audience consisted of technical staff members involved with the various Trinidad and Tobago Pro League teams.

These meetings are intended to educate coaches across the country of the association’s purpose and vision as well as the benefits of being a member. It also allows the steering committee the opportunity to exchange and gather ideas that our membership would like to see implemented.

In coming weeks, the steering committee will also engage the SSFL, TTSL,WoLF and Zonal coaches and technical staff members.

About Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor
Want to share your thoughts with Wired868? Email us at editor@wired868.com. Please keep your blog between 300 to 800 words and be sure to read it over first for typos and punctuation.

Check Also

Cunupia withdraw ‘frivolous and regrettable claim’ against Wallace, but may now be $200k in the hole

Cunupia FC director and head coach Michael De Four today withdrew a TT$4.5 million High …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.