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We want good relationship! TTFA backtracks after DJW claimed US Chargé d’Affaires told “outright lie”

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is attempting to step back from open conflict withe the US Embassy, after football president David John-Williams told the Newsday yesterday that Chargé d’Affaires Jim McIntyre told an “outright lie”—in his damning release about John-Williams’ integrity and capability. McIntyre said John-Williams tried to …

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T&T football cannot endure any more! Look Loy calls on John-Williams and his VPs to resign

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and his vice-presidents, Joanne Salazar and Ewing Davis, have done enough damage to the local game and should pack their bags and leave immediately. This was the verdict of TTFA board member and Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president Keith …

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Concacaf withdraws invitation to T&T U-15 Women; St Rose mum as “elite team” grounded

The efforts of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-15 Team players over the past year and a half ended on an anticlimactic note today, as Concacaf withdrew its invitation for the young Women Soca Warriors to participate at the confederation’s 2018 Women’s Under-15 Championship in Florida. Trinidad and Tobago …

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TTFA’s elite issues: Women’s U15s set to forfeit Concacaf opener while Boys travel night before CFU game

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) elite youth teams were thrown into varying levels of disarray this week, as the Boys National Under-14 and Women’s National Under-15 Teams struggled to get to their respective competitions in Curaçao and the United States. On Friday night, the TTFA chartered a Liat …

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