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Wallace: I lied about Peter Miller; TTFA president admits giving contract to controversial Englishman

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace lied to his vice-presidents, the board and the media about the relationship between controversial English marketing man Peter Miller and the local football body—because Miller asked him to. Two months after Wallace told Wired868 that Miller was not the TTFA’s marketing …

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Wallace defends Ramdhan contract, Downer disagrees and Harford says release ‘too strong’

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace said he had the right to unilaterally give Ramesh Ramdhan a two year contract as general secretary and criticised his United TTFA colleagues for being ‘premature’ in their condemnation of his actions. The United TTFA slate, a lobby group that campaigned …

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A ‘replica’ of John-Williams! United TTFA turns on president Wallace, calls general meeting

“[…] This pattern of behaviour is unacceptable. It is unilateral. It exceeds the constitutional limits to the president’s authority. “It is deceptive and deeply disappointing. And it replicates the performance of former president David John-Williams…” The following press statement on the actions of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace—in …

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Meet the ‘Ice Cream Man’; Wired868 reviews Hadad’s tenure thus far as TTFA staff return to work

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) ostensibly got back to business today, as all eight staff members turned out for work at its headquarters in the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. If there was any excitement about returning to their place of employment—now under the management of normalisation committee chairman …

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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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