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Griffith: Only dinosaurs don’t back Fenwick and think they know Covid laws better than me

“The identical training programme for our national team—having them train in pockets, etc—is being conducted by almost every English Premier League team, as is being done by [Terry] Fenwick; and the restrictions were similar. “Likewise, other national teams in Concacaf have also commenced such training, as they want to have …

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‘Is TTFA/ Fifa issue, not also a matter of sovereignty?’ Wallace fires back at sport minister

“[…] Is [Shamfa Cudjoe], as minister of sport, agreeing that the constitution that governs the TTFA—or perhaps even the constitution that governs any national sporting organisation—can be set aside by a foreign power? “Just recently when a member of the opposition wrote to the US Embassy re the government’s ignoring …

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Dear editor: Why Fifa’s normalisation committee won’t help T&T’s football

“The real problem with the TTFA isn’t generally about the president of the TTFA. The problem is and has been the individuals representing the member associations. “[…] History speaks for itself about what our presidents have done because our democratic membership allowed it to happen…” The following letter to the …

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Dear Editor: Why Cudjoe’s linkage of ‘unpatriotic’ Venezuelan stance to race is ‘sloppy’ and ‘poisonous’

“Attributing the Opposition’s awful stance on the Venezuela question to them being Indian is race-baiting, plain and simple. In the Caribbean, colluding and conspiring with foreign powers are hardly the sole preserve of Indians. “[…] Consider again the case of the late Prime Minister of Dominica, Eugenia Charles, who made …

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