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John-Williams allegedly injured at Home of Football project; TTFA refuses to confirm or deny claim

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams was allegedly injured on Sunday at the site of the Home of Football project in Couva, according to a medical source. John-Williams, according to a TTFA media release, suffered “non-life-threatening injuries” after an accident on Sunday. However, no details were provided …

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TTFA: John-Williams hospitalised with “non-life-threatening injuries” after accident

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has been hospitalised for “non-life threatening injuries” according to a media release issued by the football body this afternoon. John-Williams’ injuries were said to have been sustained in a “physical accident” which occurred on Sunday 29 April. No details were given …

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Referee attack was “a heinous crime” but La Brea minor league says stopping football means conceding to terrorists

La Brea Off Season Football League executive member Callum Marshall has likened the assault on referee Michael London to a terrorist attack and urged stakeholders to help improve the minor league competition rather than shut it down. London, an elite referee, was hospitalised with bruised ribs and a hairline fracture …

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“The rope is at an end!” Central FC, Guaya Utd and Police FC among 14 clubs set for TTFA suspensions

Three-time Pro League champions, Central FC, and current Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) League One and League Two winners, Guaya United and Petit Valley/Diego Martin United (PVDMU) are among 14 clubs due to be provisionally suspended from football, after allegedly failing to meet Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) …

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TTFA AGM: DJW struggles to provide answers on Home of Football contracts and “sweetheart” i95.5FM deal

Mysterious construction contracts without Board approval, national football coaches operating without oversight and a secret “sweetheart deal” with i95.5FM were among the controversial revelations yesterday as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) held a marathon AGM at the Cycling Centre in Couva. There were roughly 45 delegates and board …

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