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Dear Editor: What’s next for T&T football? Start with dismantling current Pro League structure

“[…] If we put our emotions aside and objectively look at the sustainability of the Pro League without government subvention, we would recognise that the league has failed and failed miserably.  “A proper conversation must be had going forward and hard decisions may have to be taken as the current …

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NACC: ‘Bro Resistance [did] pioneering work in rapso’; Weatherhead: ‘An indefatigable leader’

The following is a press statement on the passing of calypsonian and Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (TUCO) president Lutalo Masimba—better known as Bro Resistance—by the National Action Cultural Committee (NACC): The National Action Cultural Committee (NACC) wishes to extend its condolences to the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (TUCO) and to …

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Berry: Hadad’s communication is abysmal, erratic and dismissive; he’s not the solution to T&T football

“[…] My personal dealings with [Robert Hadad] have been nothing short of fruitless, frustrating and farcical. His communication is abysmal, erratic and, in the main, inconclusive, with a distinctly dismissive style of response. “[…] Hadad’s distinct lack of empathy, concern and assistance in dealing with Dennis Lawrence’s valid claim for …

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Robinson-Regis: ‘None of them present said a word!’ Lee: ‘They want to turn Parliament into Balisier House!’

Leader of Government Business Camille Robinson-Regis: “[…] It was within the capacity of the Opposition to request that the prime minister stand down… None of them present said a word… Mr Rudranath Indarsingh, who for some time appeared to be texting, merely continued doing so…” Opposition Chief Whip David Lee: …

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