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Wallace: TTFA will pay unpaid staff as soon as we get Fifa money, besieged president offers ‘peace of mind’

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace assured administrative and coaching staff members today that they will be paid outstanding monies soon, once the local football is in ‘receipt of the monies from Fifa’. Wallace’s letter was his first official communique to staff since Fifa announced that he …

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Hadad reaches out to national coaches, in midst of TTFA/Fifa US$2 million impasse

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is due to receive US$500,000 (TT$3.4 million) from Fifa ‘in the coming days’ and a further US$2 million (TT$13.5 million) shortly thereafter—which represents their total annual entitlement—as the governing body aims to provide a ‘financial relief plan’ to its member associations, due to …

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No insurance, water, sewerage, fire extinguishers: gov’t reveals extensive Home of Football shortcomings

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Home of Football was opened under former president David John-Williams and housed international athletes without a range of amenities including: public liability insurance, fire extinguishers, a proper water supply, an adequate sewerage system, washing machines and dryers and internet. Minister of National Security …

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Cudjoe: Don’t play games with me! Minister rebuts Wallace as gov’t shapes up Home of Football in one week

It took just one week and a small army of private sector companies, according to Robert Hadad, to get the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s Home of Football ready for use. Or rather, as the South-West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) re-christened the facility, the ‘Home of Football-Wellness Centre’. The controversial …

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Fifa: Hadad is ‘legitimate’ TTFA boss; Look Loy: Law is on our side and CAS will settle it

World governing football body, Fifa, has dismissed William Wallace’s claim that he is still Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president and reiterated its stance that businessman Robert Hadad, the head of a Fifa-appointed normalisation committee, is its man of business in the twin island republic. Fifa’s missive, which was …

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