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Kenwyne: ‘I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity’; TTFA names full-time Women Warriors coach

Former Soca Warriors captain Kenwyne Jones has been appointed head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team, with a nine-month contract that provides for a one-year renewal based on undisclosed KPIs. Jones, who is with the Women Soca Warriors in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic at present, has …

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Gonzales: Vaccine hesitancy torpedoed 2021 SSFL season; Jamaica student athletes all vaccinated

Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) president Merere Gonzales has suggested that vaccine hesitancy among Trinidad and Tobago’s student population could be a key factor in the Government’s decision to block schools football for the second successive season. Gonzales said the SSFL executive had been in communication with the ministries of …

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‘A smart move’, ‘laughable’, ‘farming out their duties’; TTFA members and creditors respond to NC

Before lunch yesterday, Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad faced off against former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical director Kendall Walkes in a virtual hearing of the local high court. Walkes was represented legally by Keston McQuilkin and Melissa Keisha Roberts-John. Attorney Stephen Salandy is believed to have appeared …

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UFCTT wishes Kenwyne Jones well; TTFA offers live stream of Women Warriors friendly

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will stream this afternoon’s friendly between the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team and their Panamanian counterparts live from 3.30pm on its Facebook page. The Women Soca Warriors face Panama at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva but the game is not …

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“No different than John-Williams!” Hadad-led NC accused of ‘hiding money’ from creditors

Former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical director and Men’s National Senior Team player Kendall Walkes has accused the Robert Hadad-led normalisation committee of hiding money from its creditors. Walkes, who won a TT$5.1m award in the Port-of-Spain High Court for breach of contract against the David John-Williams-led administration …

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TTFA members pass financial statement after Fifa threat, UFCTT accepted as member

Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad successfully navigated today’s online extraordinary general meeting of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), as the local football body’s 2019 financial statement was passed by 27 votes to four Former TTFA president David John-Williams appeared to be dissatisfied with the auditor’s report at …

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‘Unworkable!’ Ferguson, Lewis, Look Loy and Wallace discuss Hadad’s debt plan and suggest how to rescue TTFA

On 5 October 2021, Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad shared his idea for addressing the debt of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association with the Trinidad Guardian. “We’re looking at other methods of raising the funding and some sort of process to repay that debt, either borrowing or [an] …

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‘One of our top lieutenants…’ Ex-TTFA and WoLF administrator Jamiyla Muhammad passes on

Former Women’s League of Football (WoLF) general secretary and Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) board member Jamiyla Muhammad has passed away from cancer. She is believed to have battled the disease for over a year. Muhammad’s loss compounds a grief-laden year for WoLF, which lost competitions secretary Claire George …

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Is TTFA squatting at HoF? Bol, Fenwick, debt repayment plan and missing financials among NC issues

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s first general meeting under the Robert Hadad-led normalisation committee passed without rancour today but with few questions answered. A TTFA press statement this evening said that ‘many of the issues were addressed’ but did not identify any. It listed some matters that were ‘still …

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