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Murray quits; Tim Kee is next TTFF president

The Normandie Hotel in St Ann’s was the site for an impromptu rendition of “Hello, Goodbye” from Colin Murray today as the Carib Brewery events and marketing manager officially announced himself as a Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) presidential nominee and then immediately pulled out of the race for …

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TTFF presidential nominee denies secret Warner pact

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) presidential candidate, Raymond Tim Kee, has denied “malicious rumours” which claimed that his candidacy is being supported by National Security Minister and ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner. Tim Kee is one of two nominees for the TTFF elections on 11 November 2012 along with …

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Tim Kee makes first move in TTFF presidential race

Former Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) vice-president Raymond Tim Kee, who runs his own self-titled insurance company, today officially announced his candidacy for the post of TTFF president, which will be contested on 11 November 2012. Tim Kee is one of two candidates who applied for the top administrative …

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Sport Ministry gives TTFF money to an employee

The Ministry of Sport arguably continued its provocation of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) today as Wired868 understands a cheque meant to cover the senior men team’s Caribbean Cup trip to St Kitts and Nevis, was made out to the team’s manager, William Wallace. TTFF press officer Shaun …

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Warriors adjourn TTFF contempt charge; settlement imminent

The 13 aggrieved 2006 “Soca Warriors” today agreed to adjourn their contempt application against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) and its general secretary Richard Groden and former president Oliver Camps in a conciliatory move that is expected to precede a settlement between the two parties. [pullquote_left]The agreement between …

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Sport Minister accused of deceiving Parliament

All Sport Promotions financial director Bruce Aanensen defended the reputation of his company and the integrity of his colleague Anthony Harford, in a press conference today at the Queen’s Park Oval, and has added to concerns that Sport Minister Anil Roberts might have willfully deceived the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament. …

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Warriors run riot against Anguilla

Tropical Storm Rafael was arguably not the most awesome sight at Warner Park in St Kitts and Nevis yesterday evening as the Trinidad and Tobago national senior football team thumped Anguilla 10-0 to seal its place in the Caribbean Cup semifinal round. The “Soca Warriors” only needed to avoid a …

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